BittWare has added two new accelerator products based on Intel® Agilex™ FPGAs and SoC FPGAs to the previously announced IA-840F Enterprise-Class FPGA Accelerator. (See “BittWare IA-840F FPGA Accelerator PCIe Card bristles with high-speed I/O, is based on an Intel® Agilex™ FPGA.”) The new IA-420F half-height, half-length, single-width PCIe card with multiple 100G network ports is designed for SmartNIC and computational storage applications and the IA-220-U2 computational storage processor in a U.2 form factor is specifically designed to accommodate NVMe computational storage workloads. BittWare provides all three FPGA-based accelerators with application reference designs and additional support for the Intel® oneAPI programming model, which provides hardware developers with the ability to create domain-specific FPGA platforms and allows application developers to build cross-architecture, single-source compilation designs.
BittWare has added the IA-420F half-height, half-length, single-width PCIe card and the IA-220-U2 computational storage processor in a U.2 form factor to its existing line of workload acceleration products based on Intel® Agilex™ FPGAs and FPGA SoCs.
According to BittWare, the IA-420F features a PCIe Gen4 x16 host interface that provides customers with as much as 2X the bandwidth normally available for FPGA-augmented systems, making it a compelling resource for accelerating data analytic workloads, while the IA-220-U2 can serve as a deployment-friendly computational storage processor in a U.2 NVMe storage array rack.
For more information about these accelerators, please contact BittWare directly.
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