Intel has announced initial shipments of 10nm Intel® Agilex™ FPGAs to several early access program customers including Colorado Engineering, Mantaro Networks, Microsoft, and Silicom. These customers are developing advanced systems based on Intel Agilex FPGAs for networking, 5G, accelerated data analytics, and many other applications.
Doug Burger, Technical Fellow for Azure Hardware Systems at Microsoft, said:
“Microsoft has been working closely with Intel on the development of their Intel Agilex FPGAs and we are planning to use them in a number of upcoming projects. Intel FPGAs have provided tremendous value for us for accelerating real-time AI, networking, and other applications/infrastructure across Azure Cloud Services, Bing, and other data center services. We look forward to continued collaboration with Intel to deliver high quality cloud services, big data analytics, and ultra-intelligent web search results for our customers.”
For more information about the Intel Agilex FPGA family, see “Intel Driving Data-Centric World with New 10nm Intel Agilex FPGA Family” or click here for the Intel Agilex FPGA Web page on Intel.com.
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