During the first week of May I attended the RedHat Summit in Boston for the first time. This year over 6000 people from the open source community around the world got together for 3 days to learn about the latest innovations, ideas and initiatives under the RedHat umbrella.
When you stop to think about it, the entire IT industry is driven by the premise that Moore’s law will continue to provide double the number of transistors per square inch every 18 months and thereby help us to keep up with the relentless growth in data to be processed. What happens when this is no longer true?
The final in the 3-part series of articles by Dan Joe, where he explores the various stages of reconfigurable computing.
The second in the 3-part series of articles by Dan Joe, where he explores the various stages of reconfigurable computing.
The first in the 3-part series of articles by Dan Joe, where he explores the various stages of reconfigurable computing.
I am writing this blog article in continuation of my previous blog – “Future-proof FPGA platforms the longevity and upgradability”. In this blog entry, I discuss the available pluggable front port technology, complementing the flexible properties of the described future-proof FPGA-based SmartNICs.
Following on from my last blog - “History of Ethernet - New "Rules" and The Ongoing Evolution”, in this blog, I will be discussing the evolution of FPGA technology supporting FPGA based network acceleration cards (NACs).
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