Need to capture high-bandwidth data to a host without engaging an FPGA development team? The new TK242 from Atomic Rules gives you lossless 200G capture from a single BittWare card! Two streams of 100GbE move over PCIe Gen4 x16, ready to connect with your host application–no FPGA programming required! Learn more on the product page.
BittWare distributor Eastronics is hosting their Embedded Technologies Conference this Wednesday, January 25, 2023 in Israel. BittWare will be on display with our latest FPGA acceleration boards featuring Intel® Agilex™ 7 devices. This is a free event—however registration is required. Learn more on the Eastronics registration page.
As we wrap up 2022, we wanted to share some new content we’ve posted for your reading: an article on Homomorphic Encryption and our overview of FPGAs for Neural Network inference.
We also wanted to share some of the products and content we announced this year: AMD Xilinx Versal cards, Intel Agilex cards with PCIe Gen5/CXL and our growing library of IP and Solutions from partners.
Finally, our HPC webinar is an excellent chance to see oneAPI on our IA-840f card for a real-world HPC workload.
We are looking forward to many more exciting things in 2023 and wish you the best this holiday season!
Visit us at SC22 is this week in Dallas, Texas! Our booth is 1819, so be sure to come by and chat about the latest news.
Of course, there's more to see at our booth at SC, so be sure to come by this week!
Have you heard of homomorphic encryption? It’s been around for many years, but it’s very compute-heavy for common use. That’s too bad because it would allow for cloud storage and processing of encrypted data without having to share the private keys with the cloud provider! In fact, even the knowledge of things like searches are completely encrypted from the service provider that performs the search.
Sounds too good to be true? Learn more about the benefits of homomorphic encryption and the drawbacks. We’ll also briefly look at how FPGA cards can help those developing encryption technology could help drive adoption of this unique solution.
BittWare has joined the STAC Research Council as Member, furthering our involvement in the financial technology (Fintech) market.