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Achronix on Platform Selection for AI at the Edge

Achronix on Platform Selection for AI at the Edge
by Bernard Murphy on 01-30-2023 at 10:00 am

Edge compute

Colin Alexander ( Director of product marketing at Achronix) released a webinar recently on this topic. At only 20 minutes the webinar is an easy watch and a useful update on data traffic and implementation options. Downloads are still dominated by video (over 50% for Facebook) which now depends heavily on caching at or close to … Read More


WEBINAR: FPGAs for Real-Time Machine Learning Inference

WEBINAR: FPGAs for Real-Time Machine Learning Inference
by Don Dingee on 11-30-2022 at 6:00 am

An server plus an accelerator with FPGAs for real-time machine learning inference reduces costs and energy consumption up to 90 percent

With AI applications proliferating, many designers are looking for ways to reduce server footprints in data centers – and turning to FPGA-based accelerator cards for the job. In a 20-minute session, Salvador Alvarez, Sr. Manager of Product Planning at Achronix, provides insight on the potential of FPGAs for real-time machine… Read More


WEBINAR The Rise of the SmartNIC

WEBINAR The Rise of the SmartNIC
by Don Dingee on 09-08-2022 at 10:00 am

Achronix Webinar - Rise of the SmartNIC

A recent live discussion between experts Scott Schweitzer, Director of SmartNIC Product Planning with Achronix, and Jon Sreekanth, CTO of Accolade Technology, looked at the idea behind the rise of the SmartNIC and ran an “ask us anything” session fielding audience questions about the technology and its use cases.

Three phases

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A clear VectorPath when AI inference models are uncertain

A clear VectorPath when AI inference models are uncertain
by Don Dingee on 08-22-2022 at 10:00 am

Achronix VectorPath Accelerator Card with Speedster 7t1500 FPGA for running AI inference models and more

The chase to add artificial intelligence (AI) into many complex applications is surfacing a new trend. There’s a sense these applications need a lot of AI inference operations, but very few architects can say precisely what those operations will do. Self-driving may be the best example, where improved AI model research and discovery… Read More


Time is of the Essence for High-Frequency Traders

Time is of the Essence for High-Frequency Traders
by Dave Bursky on 06-27-2022 at 10:00 am

Figure Simplified block diagram of Multiprotocol PMA from Silicon Creations

In the world of financial trading, nanoseconds count. The faster a trade can be accomplished, the more money a trader can make. Getting a trade in before a competitor also results in improved profits. What does this have to do with the partnership deal recently inked between Silicon Creations and Achronix? Plenty. The two companies… Read More


How to Cut Costs of Conversational AI by up to 90%

How to Cut Costs of Conversational AI by up to 90%
by Dave Bursky on 06-20-2022 at 10:00 am

20 Tbps 2D NoC

The burgeoning use of conversational artificial intelligence (CAI) in consumer and business applications places a heavy computational burden on both front-end and back-end systems that provide the natural language processing (NLP). NLP systems rely on deep learning (a subset of machine learning) to automate speech recognition,… Read More


Benefits of a 2D Network On Chip for FPGAs

Benefits of a 2D Network On Chip for FPGAs
by Tom Simon on 04-12-2022 at 10:00 am

Achronix FPGA 2D NoC

The reason people love FPGAs for networking and communications applications is because they offer state of the art high speed interfaces and impressive parallel processing power. The problem is that typically a lot of the FPGA fabric resources are used simply to move the data on or off and across the chip. Achronix has cleverly … Read More


5G Requires Rethinking Deployment Strategies

5G Requires Rethinking Deployment Strategies
by Tom Simon on 03-10-2022 at 6:00 am

5G RAN architecture

5G’s Departure from Its Predecessors

In each move from 1G to 4G people became accustomed to seeing the new generation as primarily offering increased bandwidth and efficiency. It would be a mistake to view the transition to 5G along these same lines. 5G takes Radio Area Networks (RANs) from a use model primarily for cell phone communications… Read More


Integrated 2D NoC vs a Soft Implemented 2D NoC

Integrated 2D NoC vs a Soft Implemented 2D NoC
by Kalar Rajendiran on 02-24-2022 at 10:00 am

Routing of cnv2d design using Speedster7t 2D NoC

We are living in the age of big data and the future is going to be even more data centric. Today’s major market drivers all have one thing in common: efficient management of data. Whether it is 5G, hyperscale computing, artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles, or IoT, there is data creation, processing, transmission, and … Read More


Unlocking the Future with Robotic Precision and Human Creativity

Unlocking the Future with Robotic Precision and Human Creativity
by Mike Gianfagna on 01-18-2022 at 6:00 am

Unlocking the Future with Robotic Precision and Human Creativity

From the perspective of all time for recorded human history, the last 300 years (a blink on that time scale) has seen incredible, life-changing and world-changing advances. Water and steam-driven machines first showed up in the 1700s. This is often called Industry 1.0. Powered assembly lines in the late 1800s became Industry … Read More