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Three Key Takeaways from the First Annual Chiplet Summit

Nick Ilyadis,Senior Director of Product Planning

Chiplet technology is seeing a meteoric rise in our industry. Given the economics of manufacturing chips with increasing capabilities, chiplets are the obvious next step — and the industry is ready.

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Why Achronix FPGAs are an Optimal Tool for HPC

Bob Siller,Director of Product Marketing

With the proliferation of data and compute-intensive applications such as machine learning, the high-performance computing (HPC) industry has been growing at a white-hot pace, which was further made clear at SC22. Underlying this growth has been a great need for better hardware that can handle these intense computing tasks while providing low latency and high efficiency. Here we explore some of the major reasons why Achronix FPGAs are an optimal solution for HPC applications.

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Four HPC Trends from SC22

Nick Ilyadis, Sr. Director, Product Marketing

With over 11,000 attendees, this year’s Supercomputing Conference was a huge success. After attending excellent sessions and engaging in discussions with both attendees and our fellow exhibitors, here are four major HPC trends from this year’s conference that were significant takeaways.

5 Reasons to Join Achronix at SC22

Five Reasons Why You Should Join Achronix at SC22 in Dallas

Alexandra Saavedra, Demand Generation Manager

Supercomputing 2022, the leading technical program in the high-performance computing community, is right around the corner. Get a sneak peek of some of the exciting topics we’ll be presenting at this year’s conference and five reasons why you should join us!

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Autonomous Vehicle Trends and Technology Evolution

Bob Siller,Director, Product Marketing

The value of FPGAs in automotive design has long been established as the technology has been used in over 200 million vehicles over the last 15 years. However, looking beyond the FPGA, it is clear that, for the needs of ADAS today, the eFPGA reigns supreme.

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Frost & Sullivan Recognizes Achronix Technology with a 2022 Innovation Award

Alexandra Saavedra,Demand Generation Manager

This year, our hard work and contributions to the industry have been recognized by Frost & Sullivan, who awarded us their 2022 North American New Product Innovation Award in the semiconductor industry for the second time since 2020. After a rigorous analytical process involving a detailed evaluation of each nominated company, Frost & Sullivan found Achronix to uniquely excel in many of the criteria in the semiconductor space.

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Achronix Takes on Conversational AI

Achronix Staff,Sr Manager, Product Marketing and Business Development

Achronix Speedster7t FPGAs, enabled by our two-dimensional network on chip (2D NoC) supplying 20 Tbps of bi-directional bandwidth, are uniquely positioned to provide the best performance possible for Conversational AI applications.

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Achronix FPGAs Help Power Industry 4.0 and 5.0 Innovation

Achronix Staff,Sr Manager, Product Marketing and Business Development

Achronix standalone and embedded FPGA IP combining GDDR6 memory, machine learning processors (MLPs) and the revolutionary two-dimensional network on chip (2D NoC) provide the ideal platform to power industry 4.0 and 5.0 innovation.

FPGA 2022 Conference Takeaways

FPGA 2022 Conference: Top Four Takeaways

Raymond Nijssen and Michael Riepe,Vice President, Chief Technologist and Sr. Principal Engineer

Achronix's Raymond Nijssen and Michael Riepe attended this year's virtual FPGA 22 Conference — an event predominantly focused on the use of FPGAs as data accelerators in AI, ML, genomics, and high-level synthesis. In this blog, Raymond and Michael provide their Top Four Takeaways from the Virtual FPGA 22 Conference.


How to Select the Right eFPGA IP Technology Partner

Bob Siller,Director, Product Marketing

An eFPGA is a licensable FPGA IP core that can be embedded into a custom ASIC or SoC just like any other licensable silicon IP core. In evaluating eFPGA IP technology providers, it is important to look at critical factors to help determine if the solution is best for your application.