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Managing FPGA Resources as Virtualized Accelerator Blocks

Achronix Semiconductor's presentation reviews how FPGA and embedded FPGA (eFPGA) IP resources can be utilized to provide support for various acceleration offload requirements including protocol translation, security and ML workloads.

After attending this presentation, you will understand the benefits of FPGA and eFPGA IP architectures and how they can be used to implement virtualized accelerator blocks in your design.

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How FPGAs Enable Heterogeneous Computing

This presentation will cover the FPGA market and its history, and how FPGAs address the heterogeneous computing space. It will then introduce Achronix products and technology, which incorporate some of the industry’s most differentiated FPGA technology, implemented in the most advanced semiconductor process nodes. The presentation will also cover use cases in data centers, networking, wireless infrastructure, and automotive.

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How to Overcome the Pain Points of AI/ML Hardware

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • Top trends in data generation
  • Three challenges in processing data with AI/ML hardware solutions
  • How FPGA architectures can overcome data processing challenges
  • Featured example: How to achieve 60 TOPS in Speedster®7t FPGAs

Join the webinar to find out why FPGAs and embedded FPGA (eFPGA) IP are ideal platforms for AI/ML inferencing solutions that provide the flexibility of a GPU while performing at ASIC-like speeds.

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5G Innovation: 5G OpenRAN Overview and Implications

This webinar focuses on the advances made in 5G technology to date, what is planned for 3GPP Releases 17 and 18, and how Achronix FPGA and eFPGA IP technology can be used to enable these new requirements that will result. This educational event will go through a “deep dive” of the 3GPP 5G architecture, use cases and deployment options to enable successful RAN deployments.

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Enhance IoT and 5G Experience Through FPGA Data Acceleration

This webinar discusses the proliferation of IoT and 5G, the explosion of data and how FPGAs enable data acceleration across many applications furthering the ability of IoT and 5G to support this vast expansion of data worldwide.

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Five Reasons Why a High Performance Reconfigurable SmartNIC Demands a 2D NoC Webinar

This webinar will cover five reasons why an FPGA with a 2D NoC is required for the next generation of SmartNICs including:

  • Increasing bandwidth
  • Network virtualization and emerging standards
  • Security and encryption requirements
  • Redefined NVMe storage requirement
  • Design flexibility
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FPGAs Advance Data Acceleration in the Digital Transformation Age Webinar

Worldwide data is growing at an exponential rate, led by 5G, smart phones, streaming services, and the overall digital transformation of the world. In this Webinar, you will learn:

  • Where and how this data is being generated
  • How data centers are being transformed to adapt to this changing paradigm
  • How FPGAs are leading the charge to accelerate compute, networking and storage freeing up CPUs to perform more lucrative workloads
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Best Practices in Designing Rad-Hard and Trusted SoCs with eFPGA IP Webinar

Designing high-performance SoCs for data acceleration applications that require high levels of security and radiation tolerance is a significant challenge for the defense industry. This webinar will provide a technical discussion on the challenges and best practices involved in designing high-performance eFPGA IP for integration into custom rad-hard SoCs.

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Accelerating to 112 Gbps PAM4 Webinar: A Real-World FPGA Implementation

This webinar hosted by Achronix and Samtec will describe how to design 112G SerDes links with Achronix's Speedster7t FPGA and Samtec interconnect technology.

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Autonomous Vehicles: We’re Already There (Sort Of)

Depending on your perspective, autonomous vehicles have been with us for quite some time, or they’re not even close to being here. The former is true in some cases where trials are being run for both passenger vehicles and for trucks. The latter is more the case when you look at mainstream driving down our crowded city streets.

This webinar will look at the components that are needed, both software and hardware, to close the gap between “almost here” and “they’re everywhere.”