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Conversational AI

Achronix Takes on Conversational AI

Tom Spencer,Sr Manager, Product Marketing and Business Development

Achronix Speedster7t FPGAs, enabled by our two-dimensional network on chip (2D NoC) supplying 20 Tbps of bi-directional bandwidth, are uniquely positioned to provide the best performance possible for Conversational AI applications.

Achronix Powers Industry

Achronix FPGAs Help Power Industry 4.0 and 5.0 Innovation

Tom Spencer,Sr Manager, Product Marketing and Business Development

Achronix standalone and embedded FPGA IP combining GDDR6 memory, machine learning processors (MLPs) and the revolutionary two-dimensional network on chip (2D NoC) provide the ideal platform to power industry 4.0 and 5.0 innovation.

FPGA 2022 Conference Takeaways

FPGA 2022 Conference: Top Four Takeaways

Raymond Nijssen and Michael Riepe,Vice President, Chief Technologist and Sr. Principal Engineer

Achronix's Raymond Nijssen and Michael Riepe attended this year's virtual FPGA 22 Conference — an event predominantly focused on the use of FPGAs as data accelerators in AI, ML, genomics, and high-level synthesis. In this blog, Raymond and Michael provide their Top Four Takeaways from the Virtual FPGA 22 Conference.

eFPGA IP

How to Select the Right eFPGA IP Technology Partner

Bob Siller,Director, Product Marketing

An eFPGA is a licensable FPGA IP core that can be embedded into a custom ASIC or SoC just like any other licensable silicon IP core. In evaluating eFPGA IP technology providers, it is important to look at critical factors to help determine if the solution is best for your application.

FPGA Internal View

FPGAs Create the Optimal Data Accelerator

Tom Spencer,Sr Manager, Product Marketing and Business Development

With the programmability of a CPU or GPU and the speed of an ASIC, FPGAs offer the optimal efficiency of power and performance when flexibility is a requirement for compute, networking and storage acceleration use cases.

Speedcore eFPGA

Benefits of Using FPGA and eFPGA IP in your Design

Bob Siller,Director, Product Marketing

While FPGAs have been around for over 30 years, eFPGA IP is a relatively new technology that is now finding its way into high-volume applications. Modern eFPGA IP support the same 7nm process technology as high-performance standalone FPGAs.

Automotive ASICs

Embedded FPGAs for Next-Generation Automotive ASICs

Bob SIller,Sr. Marketing Manager

For anyone who has looked at new cars lately, it's hard not to notice how quickly automotive electronics are advancing. Looking at automotive safety technology from just three years ago vs. today, you see a significant increase in the number of cameras to support applications such as surround-view display, driver distraction monitors, stereo vision cameras, forward-facing and multiple rearview cameras.Speedcore

Speedstet7t NoC Improves Performance

Increase Performance Using an FPGA with 2D NoC

Huang Lun,Sr. Field Applications Engineer

Achronix Speedster7t FPGAs feature a revolutionary new two-dimensional network on chip (NoC), which provides >20 Tbps ultra-high bandwidth connectivity to external high-speed interfaces and for routing data within the programmable logic fabric. The NoC is structured as a series of rows and columns spread across the Speedster7t FPGA fabric. Each row or column has two 256-bit data paths using industry standard AXI data format, which support 512 Gbps data rates.

Change

What is an FPGA and Why the Answer is Changing?

Bob SIller,Director, Product Marketing

What is an FPGA? With the advent of new FPGA architectures, the answer has changed more in the last two years than ever before. Traditionally, an FPGA or field programmable gate array, is a reconfigurable semiconductor device comprising programmable logic gates and interconnect or routing, connected to multipurpose I/O pins.  An FPGA can be reprogrammed to perform any function, and its functionality can be changed over time. (For a great summary and history of the FPGA industry and technology.

Next FPGA

Insights from the Next FPGA Platform Event

Manoj Roge,VP of Strategic Planning & Business Development

It was exciting to participate in Next FPGA Platform on January 22nd at the Glasshouse in San Jose. I found it was particularly exciting to have Achronix share in a panel discussion with Xilinx and Intel. The Next Platform co-editors Nicole Hemsoth and Timothy Prickett Morgan did a great job in interviewing experts from FPGA ecosystem with insightful questions. The best part of Next Platform events is their format, where they keep marketing pitches to minimum with no presentations, just discussions.