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Achronix Becomes Silver Sponsor of Hot Chips

Santa Clara, Calif., August 15, 2018

Achronix Semiconductor Corporation, a leader in FPGA-based hardware accelerator devices and embedded FPGA (eFPGA) IP.

Achronix Chief Technologist Raymond Nijssen Presents How to Maximize Hardware Assurance Using eFPGAs during GOMACTech 2020, March 16-19

SANTA CLARA, CA, March 9, 2020 – Achronix will be showcasing its embedded FPGA (eFPGA) technology at GOMACTech 2020 in San Diego, California.

Who: Achronix Semiconductor Corporation, a leader in FPGA-based data accelerator devices and high-performance FPGA and eFPGA IP targeting defense, AI, ML, networking and data center applications.

Achronix Chief Technologist, Raymond Nijssen, Examines the Role of FPGAs in Datacenter Inference at Next AI Platform Virtual Event, June 25 Achronix’s Vice President and Chief Technologist, Raymond Nijssen, will be featured in an in-depth interview “Stable Devices, Long Roadmaps: The FPGA Path to Datacenter Inference.” The Next AI Platform virtual event features live technical interviews and panels with preeminent leaders in the in the artificial intelligence (AI) high-end infrastructure space.
Achronix Completes Production Silicon Validation of 16nm FinFET+ Speedcore eFPGA Technology
  • Speedcore Validation Chip Passes Rigorous Testing Suite and Verified as Fully Functional
  • Complex Designs Run at 500MHz Across All Operating Conditions

Santa Clara, Calif., January 17, 2018 – Achronix Semiconductor Corporation, a leader in FPGA-based hardware accelerator devices and embedded FPGA (eFPGA) intellectual property (IP), announced today that it completed full silicon verification of its Speedcore™ eFPGA production validation chip built on TSMC 16nm FinFET+ process technology.

Achronix Demonstrates Silicon Validation Device with 112 Gbps SerDes
  • 112 Gbps SerDes will be used in Achronix’s next-generation FPGA devices

Santa Clara, Calif., March 27, 2019 – Achronix Semiconductor Corporation, a leader in FPGA-based hardware data acceleration devices, today announced that it has completed testing and is now demonstrating the 112 Gbps SerDes that will be used in its next-generation FPGAs.