Achronix Chief Technologist, Raymond Nijssen, Examines the Role of FPGAs in Datacenter Inference at Next AI Platform Virtual Event, June 25

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Who

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

What

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. A major focus of the one day, online event is around building the next generation of large-scale infrastructure to support emerging AI workloads.

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.” Other participating companies include Facebook, Cadence, Uber AI, Microsoft, NVIDIA, Intel, and Google.

When/Where

The event takes place June 25 online. Find out more and register here.

About Achronix Semiconductor Corporation

Achronix Semiconductor Corporation is a privately held, fabless semiconductor corporation based in Santa Clara, California and offers high-performance FPGA and embedded FPGA (eFPGA) solutions. Achronix’s history is one of pushing the boundaries in the high-performance FPGA market. Achronix offerings include programmable FPGA fabrics, discrete high-performance and high-density FPGAs with hardwired system-level blocks, datacenter and HPC hardware accelerator boards, and best-in-class EDA software supporting all Achronix products. The company has sales offices and representatives in the United States, Europe, and China, and has a research and design office in Bangalore, India..

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Website: www.achronix.com
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Twitter: @AchronixInc
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Contacts

Steve Mensor
Achronix Semiconductor Corporation
(408) 889-4144
steve.mensor@achronix.com
 

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