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BittWare expands portfolio with FPGA acceleration products

BittWare’s new S7t accelerator card developed in conjunction with Achronix Semiconductor Corporation

BittWare has expanded its offerings and solutions to further address the growing need for computing technology that combines memory bandwidth and advanced cooling.

“With FPGA-based acceleration achieving wider adoption, it is essential that there is a supplier who can deliver and support higher-quality volume deployments,” commented Craig Petrie, vice president of marketing for BittWare. “Traditionally, FPGA card vendors have provided cutting-edge technology primarily to innovators and early adopters; it is quite a different challenge to implement the extensive qualification, validation, life cycle management and support required by the newer enterprise-class customers.”

He added that BittWare is in the unique position to drive technology advancements while simultaneously delivering enterprise-class product consistently at high run-rates.

BittWare’s broad range of compute-focused accelerator cards includes HBM2-enabled FPGAs from both Intel and Xilinx yielding up to 4Tbps of bandwidth. The company will also offer Achronix, Intel and Xilinx based FPGA accelerator cards featuring Direct Liquid Cooling (DLC) technology from CoolIT System.

In addition, BittWare will have a range of certified TeraBox server platforms, as well as working with Eideticom to showcase the world’s first FPGA-based Computational Storage Processor (CSP).

Above: the product range will be extended with the introduction of the TeraBox 1400DN. This ultra-high density 1U server, based on the DELL C4140 PowerEdge server, features four double-width PCIe cards with front-panel access and dual Xeon Scalable CPUs.

Above: BittWare, in conjunction with Eideticom, will be displaying the world’s first FPGA-based Computational Storage Processor (CSP). This solution, based on the BittWare 250-U2 accelerator, adheres to the industry standard U.2 form factor allowing it to be front-servicable in standard rackmount chassis.

Charlotte Hathway

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