Tags: FPGA

The Next Generation of TinyFPGAs

Field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) have come of age. Once viewed as exotic and scary there are a number of FPGA boards targeting the maker market and among them is a new range of open source TinyFPGA boards. The latest TinyFPGA board is the TinyFPGA BX board, an updated version of their B2 ...
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FPGAs and the New Era of Cloud-Based ‘Hardware Microservices’

What is that FPGA-powered future going to look like and how are developers going to use it? FPGAs aren’t a new technology by any means; Traditionally, they have been reserved for specialized applications where the need for custom processing hardware that can be updated as very demanding algorithms...
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Atomic Rules
New Linux Foundation member Atomic Rules recently released Arkville, a high-throughput conduit specifically designed for accelerating and empowering DPDK.

The Companies That Support Linux and Open Source: Atomic Rules

Atomic Rules has been providing Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) design services and interconnection network solutions since 2008. In April, they joined The Linux Foundation to further their commitment to open source and to support and participate in the DPDK project, which provides a...
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FPGA Myths

As data center sprawl is now understood to be expensive and may not deliver performance increases for all types of applications, new technologies are coming to the rescue.  A field-programmable gate array (FPGA) is an integrated circuit designed to be configured by a customer or a designer after...
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The Core Technologies for Deep Learning

This is the second article in a series taken from the inside HPC Guide to The Industrialization of Deep Learning. Given the compute and data intensive nature of deep learning which has significant overlaps with the needs of the high performance computing market, the TOP500 list provides a good...
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