I have a design requiring FPGAs and would like to discuss implementation.
I am working on my design, and would like to discuss my architecture.
UDP/UOE IP Core
I want to implement 10/25/50/100 GbE now.
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Hardware-based acceleration dramatically improves throughput and provides a simple path to 50 and 100 GbE. CONCORD, NH & WASHINGTON D.C. – BittWare, a premier FPGA board supplier for over 25 years, has collaborated with Atomic Rules, a reconfigurable computing IP firm, to announce a UDP Offload Engine (UOE) IP core today at the FCCM 2016 Symposium. […]