BittWare Releases PCIe 5.0/CXL FPGA Accelerators

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Concord, New Hampshire-based BittWare an enterprise-level accelerator for edge and cloud-computing applications supplier, recently announced the introduction of new card and server-level solution technology. The BittWare IA-860, which features Intel Agilex FPGAs, is aimed at customers who want to ease memory-bound application workloads by utilising up to 32GB of HBM2e in-package memory and 16 lanes of PCIe 5.0, which also comes with an upgrade option to include CXL as well.

“BittWare is excited to apply Intel’s advanced technology to solve increasingly difficult application problems, quickly and at low risk,” said Craig Petrie, vice president, Sales and Marketing of BittWare. “Our longstanding collaboration with Intel, expertise with the latest development tools, including OneAPI, as well as alignment with Molex’s global supply chain and manufacturing capabilities enable BittWare to reduce development time by 12-to-18 months while ensuring smooth transitions from proof-of-concept to volume product deployment.”

“We are pleased to team with BittWare to scale Intel FPGA-based solutions while fuelling momentum for our new Intel Agilex M-Series FPGAs,” said Deepali Trehan, vice president and general manager of Programmable Solutions, Intel Corporation. “Over the years, BittWare has been pivotal in supporting Intel’s Agilex product roadmap as well as leveraging the OneAPI development toolkit to speed the development and delivery of solutions.”

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The company was recently selected to participate in Intel’s Agilex M-Series Early Access Program (EAP) which is aimed to accelerate the delivery of FPGA-based technology which will feature Intel’s technology and BittWare’s engineering team will work on developing in-package HBM2e (High-Bandwidth Memory) DRAM stacks, on-chip SRAM, and support for external synchronous DRAM (SDRAM) next-generation memory, which also includes DDR5.

Intel and BittWare are working in tandem to scramble up the processing of multiple technology workloads, which consist of machine learning inference, database acceleration and non-volatile memory express (NVMe) computational storage to networking test and measurement, 5G network testing and sensor processing technology.


 

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