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400 GbE SmartNIC IP sets up FPGA-based traffic management

400 GbE SmartNIC IP sets up FPGA-based traffic management
by Don Dingee on 07-13-2023 at 10:00 am

Achronix ANIC

Sustaining wire-speed 400 GbE transfers is only a first step in managing enterprise traffic. Adding rules-based filtering to sift packets in real time can stress most networking hardware to a breaking point, slowing down an entire network. Architects are trying to spread these loads, distributing intelligent traffic management… Read More


eFPGA Enabled Chiplets!

eFPGA Enabled Chiplets!
by Daniel Nenni on 05-18-2023 at 10:00 am

Achronix eFPGA IP

With our continuing chiplet coverage I found this of great interest. I have always felt that eFPGAs and chiplets are a natural fit for the next generation of chip design and this is an excellent example. As we design with chiplets one of the challenges is verification/validation in regards to performance and interoperability. … Read More


Reconfigurable DSP and AI IP arrives in next-gen InferX

Reconfigurable DSP and AI IP arrives in next-gen InferX
by Don Dingee on 05-08-2023 at 10:00 am

InferX 2.5 reconfigurable DSP and AI IP from Flex Logix

DSP and AI are generally considered separate disciplines with different application solutions. In their early stages (before programmable processors), DSP implementations were discrete, built around a digital multiplier-accumulator (MAC). AI inference implementations also build on a MAC as their primitive. If the interconnect… Read More


The Rise of the Chiplet

The Rise of the Chiplet
by Kalar Rajendiran on 03-28-2023 at 10:00 am

Open Chiplet Economy

The emergence of chiplets as a technology is an inflection point in the semiconductor industry. The potential benefits of adopting a chiplets-based approach to implementing electronic systems are not a debate. Chiplets, which are smaller, pre-manufactured components can be combined to create larger systems, offering benefits… Read More


eFPGA goes back to basics for low-power programmable logic

eFPGA goes back to basics for low-power programmable logic
by Don Dingee on 03-21-2023 at 10:00 am

Renesas ForgeFPGA Evaluation Board features Flex Logic ELFX 1K low-power programmable logic tile

When you think “FPGA,” what comes to mind? Massive, expensive parts capable of holding a lot of logic but also consuming a lot of power. Reconfigurable platforms that can swallow RTL for an SoC design in pre-silicon testing. Big splashy corporate acquisitions where investors made tons of money. Exotic 3D packaging and advanced… Read More


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


eFPGAs handling crypto-agility for SoCs with PQC

eFPGAs handling crypto-agility for SoCs with PQC
by Don Dingee on 12-13-2022 at 6:00 am

Improving crypto-agility using hybrid PQC with ECC

With NIST performing its down-select to four post-quantum cryptography (PQC) algorithms for standardization in July 2022, some uncertainty remains. Starting an SoC with fixed PQC IP right now may be nerve-wracking, with possible PQC algorithm changes before standardization and another round of competition for even more … Read More


Re-configuring RISC-V Post-Silicon

Re-configuring RISC-V Post-Silicon
by Bernard Murphy on 12-07-2022 at 6:00 am

Post Silicon RISC V extensions min

How do you reconfigure system characteristics? The answer to that question is well established – through software. Make the underlying hardware general enough and use platform software to update behaviors and tweak hardware configuration registers. This simple fact drove the explosion of embedded processors everywhere … 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


Integration Methodology of High-End SerDes IP into FPGAs

Integration Methodology of High-End SerDes IP into FPGAs
by Kalar Rajendiran on 11-29-2022 at 6:00 am

AlphaCORE100 Multi Standard SerDes

Over the last couple of decades, the electronics communications industry has been a significant driver behind the growth of the FPGA market and continues on. A major reason behind this is the many different high-speed interfaces built into FPGAs to support a variety of communications standards/protocols. The underlying input-output… Read More