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Game On for FPGAs in the Data Center

Intel has just announced a major counter-strike in the battle for the data center of the future. The company announced a new suite of software tools, which (according to a blog post by Barry Davis, General Manager, Accelerated Workloads Group, Intel® Data Center Group) “make FPGA programming accessible to mainstream developers, a major leap forward for customizable silicon solutions that complement the endlessly [SIC] diversity of customer-defined workloads, including 5 … Read More → "Game On for FPGAs in the Data Center"

Plumbing for High Performance Computing

In this week’s episode of Fish Fry, data center technology rules the roost. We can toil away at the world’s greatest IoT design, embedded computer, or specialized IC – but it’s the diligence of datacenter technology that holds the key to the success of our electronic design community. In this week’s Fish Fry, we take a closer look at two different aspects of data … Read More → "Plumbing for High Performance Computing"

Achronix Leaps Forward

With the announcement that the company became profitable in Q1 2017, that year-to-year growth will exceed 700%, and that 2017 revenues will pass the $100 million mark, Achronix has successfully made the challenging transition from speculative FPGA startup to viable, self-sustaining company. This alone is a remarkable achievement, in the wake of numerous well-managed enterprises that tried and failed to reach that same elusive milestone. The road to “profitable FPGA company” is littered … Read More → "Achronix Leaps Forward"

Intel Pulls the Plug on Itanium

“I didn’t attend the funeral, but I sent a nice letter saying I approved of it.” – Mark Twain

Friends, engineers, countrymen, lend me your ears. I come not to bury Itanium, but to praise it.

In case you missed the news – and it was easy to miss – Intel quietly pulled the sheet over the still-warm corpse of Itanium, the company’s fabulously … Read More → "Intel Pulls the Plug on Itanium"

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