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BittWare

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BittWare’s (A-1431) FPGA boards combine the largest and most powerful FPGAs from Intel and Xilinx with high-end networking interfaces and memory options. The company will demonstrate an artificial intelligence/machine learning application on the A10PL4 PCIe board—programmed using OpenCL for rapid development and easy upgrades as machine learning libraries improve. The board features an Intel Arria 10 FPGA, as does the upcoming A10SA4—the first board to use BittWare’s exclusive Spider platform for top performance.

BittWare’s Xilinx boards include the high-powered XUPP3R, featuring an UltraScale+ 16nm FPGA. This board will be used to demonstrate our latest IP core: Arkville DPDK from Atomic Rules. This IP core brings the industry-standard DPDK to allow high-performance FPGA-CPU data moving with kernel bypass. BittWare’s Xilinx UltraScale+ boards also feature 100G networking and up to 256 Gbytes of DDR4 memory.

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