Xilinx, BittWare, and Atomic Rules leveraging Intel Corporation’s DPDK to achieve 150Gbps line rate on mixed FPGA/CPU architecture.
Think UDP is lossy? Atomic Rules shows how transceivers tech evolution disrupts this legacy assumption. UDP now a serious contender in multicomputer interconnect when costs and time-to-deployment are key concerns (click below to see military radar use case on page 17).
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- Atomic Rules announces DPDK-aware FPGA/GPP data moverMay 30, 2017 - 9:18 am
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 NetworkApril 21, 2017 - 2:43 pm
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 FoundationApril 4, 2017 - 11:18 am
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.