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Achronix and BittWare Launch VectorPath Accelerator Card with Speedster7t FPGAs

New VectorPath PCIe accelerator card based on Speedster7t FPGA enables new levels of performance for high-bandwidth, data acceleration applications

Achronix Exhibits High-Performance FPGA and eFPGA IP Solutions at Arm TechCon

SANTA CLARA, CA, Oct. 3, 2019 – Technologists to give talks on memory mapped FPGA, 5G network topologies and on-chip AXI network hierarchies

Achronix Semiconductor Corporation, a fabless semiconductor company who offers high-performance FPGA, eFPGA and chiplet solutions targeting AI, ML networking and data-center applications.

Achronix Joins TSMC IP Alliance Program

SANTA CLARA, CA, Sept. 25, 2019Achronix Semiconductor Corporation, a leading provider in FPGA-based hardware accelerator devices and high-performance eFPGA IP, has joined the TSMC IP Alliance Program, a key component of TSMC Open Innovation Platform (OIP). Achronix’s award-winning Speedcore™ eFPGA IP is optimized for high-end and high-performance applications.

Achronix Introduces Ground-Breaking FPGA Family, Delivering New Levels of Performance with Adaptability for High-Bandwidth Data Acceleration Applications
  • New Speedster7t family optimized for machine-learning and high-bandwidth networking applications
  • Architecture and ACE software tools enables a new paradigm for design with higher performance and shorter design cycles
  • Speedster7t devices manufactured on TSMC’s 7nm FinFET process

 Santa Clara, Calif., May 21, 2019 – Achronix Semiconductor Corporation, a leader in FPGA-based hardware accelerator devices and high-performance eFPGA IP, today introduced an innovative

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.