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Webinar on IPsec and MACsec

We have a webinar covering high-performance network security, specifically MACsec and IPsec at high speeds. Our partner Xiphera will present along with Altera and BittWare. Register today and you can also get the recording (including live Q&A)!

We’re at SC23 in Denver

BittWare employees and partners at SC23

This week we’re in Denver at the SC23 event, showing FPGA Accelerator solutions, including new cards and some exciting partner demos! Stop by to see Atomic Rules PCIe 5 data movement solutions, Liquid Market Solutions (LMS) running the UberNIC live with CXL,  AI accelerator solutions from EdgeCortix and Groq, Genomics Acceleration featuring examples from Intel and Wasai, and Cloud Datacenter solutions from VMAccel!

We’re showing our IA-860m Agilex card, which is shipping this quarter. And we’re also showing two new Versal cards in partnership with LDA Technologies.

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BittWare at STAC NY

This week we are in New York at the STAC Exchange Fall event, showing solutions for financial acceleration. Stop by to see the Liquid-Markets-Solutions (LMS) running the ÜberNIC live with CXL!

We’re also showing AI solutions from Groq and Myrtle.ai, compression acceleration from Eideticom, and our latest FPGA cards.

We’re at HPC + AI Wall Street

Join us this week in NYC as we share the latest ultra-low latency technology, including the new UberNIC from Liquid-Markets-Solutions (LMS) and GroqCard for AI inference.

Article Compares DDR4 and DDR5

Read our latest article that compares performance of DDR4 modules with the new DDR5. It’s good to see how the future will bring higher-performance DDR5, but also to have a perspective on how the higher-performing options like HBM2e compare.

At Flash Memory Summit This Week

We’re at FMS this week, showing our newest computational storage acceleration products. We’ve recently announced two I-Series cards featuring M.2 storage and MCIO expansion, so if you are at the show be sure to chat with us! Booth 734.

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