FPGA implementation & systems architecture consulting services
Amazon F1 consulting and implementation services
GPP/FPGA Packet Mover
Arkville Line-Rate Agnostic DPDK/AXI Aware Data Mover
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Atomic Rules has been an essential partner at every phase of our product launch from early design, through coding and testing, to launch. We needed to minimize development time, area and per unit cost while maximizing FPGA throughput – so we couldn’t have asked for a better partner.
Atomic Rules is an electrical engineering consultancy based in Auburn, New Hampshire. We provide our clients with effective solutions to problems involving interconnection networks and reconfigurable computing. Our practice employs scalable, rule-based methods to tackle complex concurrency among heterogeneous processors.
Atomic Rules announces DPDK-aware FPGA/GPP data mover Systems requiring Linux kernel bypass can now offload server cycles to FPGA gates AUBURN, NH – Atomic Rules, a reconfigurable computing IP firm, is pleased to announce the launch of Arkville, a DPDK-aware FPGA/GPP data mover enabling Linux DPDK applications to offload server cycles to FPGA gates. “Our […]
Atomic Rules joins Amazon F1 Partners Network – now offering design services to clients seeking an F1 cloud presence! For more information, please see: Amazon EC2 F1 Instances, Customizable FPGAs for Hardware Acceleration Are Now Generally Available
Atomic Rules is proud to become a member of The Linux Foundation alongside ARM, AT&T, Cavium, Intel, NXP, Red Hat, ZTE Corporation, 6WIND, Huawei, Spirent, Wind River, KAIST, University of Limerick, University of Massachusetts Lowell, and Tsinghua University. Click to access the official Linux Foundation press release.