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The First FPGA-Powered CXL NIC
BittWare partner Liquid-Markets-Solutions (LMS) have done something unique: moved the full network stack into an FPGA. What’s even better is that FPGA is Agilex I-Series from Intel, with the groundbreaking bandwidth of PCIe 5.0 and low-latency performance of CXL.
Called ÜberNIC, this family of NIC cards is built on BittWare hardware for enterprise-class deployment in datacenters.
Fact: today’s market feeds regularly pass 850 Mb/s—the point at which even the best competitive NIC’s network stack begin to dramatically lose sufficient latency performance.
Enter ÜberNIC, the first commercially-available FPGA NIC with the entire network stack in accelerated hardware, allowing for consistent low latency—ready for today’s markets and the future.
Raw performance improvement that’s consistent through the critical peak market feed moments when you need it most!
More fiber pairs per card means getting more out of each server. Powerful enough for ancillary services like PCAP and timestamping on the same card.
Support for latest PCIe 5.0, CXL, and link speeds up to 400G.
Central to the performance gains of ÜberNIC over competitors is the Intel Agilex 7 FPGA. This chip brings the core features like PCIe 5.0 and CXL—plus I/O giving double (or more) the port density of even top competitors.
BittWare brings enterprise-class products to market using the latest technology such as Agilex FPGAs. Today’s high-speed interfaces require significant care in the design and manufacturing process to make a reliable, high-quality product at scale.
Pictured is our manufacturing facility at ISI, a Molex company, in California.
Even up to 3,000 Mb/s ÜberNIC performs with low latency. The cards can run in a variety of servers supporting PCIe 3/4/5 and CXL as shown in the different lines on the performance graph.
Tested By Naros.TaSR
50,000 Frames Per Throughput Rate | 10GbE | 64B UDP Payload (110B Frame) | Transceiver to Transceiver L2 SOF to SOF via Linux User-Space | Excluding Business Logic
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