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QCT QuantaGrid D52G 4U Rear Angle With QCT E3S10

QCT QuantaGrid D52G-4U with E3S10 Intel Stratix 10 Plus Xeon E3...

At SC19, we saw the QCT QuantaGrid DG52-4U GPU and accelerator server and a custom-designed E3S10 FPGA with Xeon E3-1500 V5 accelerator card

Intel Stratix 10 with Optane DCPMM DDR4 and UPI Pictured

We found the Intel Stratix 10 FPGA development board with Optane DC Persistent Memory and a UPI connection in our trip to Korea

Intel Stratix 10 Adds UPI and PCIe Gen4 Readying for CXL

The Intel Stratix 10 adds UPI for cache coherent connectivity with Xeon CPUs along with PCIe Gen4. Intel also hints at an Agilex with CLX and PCIe Gen5

Intel Agilex Next-Gen FPGAs Shipping to Microsoft and Others

Shipping to early access customers such as Microsoft, the new Intel Agilex FPGAs appear to be coming out according to earlier guidance

Xilinx Virtex UltraScale Plus VU19P is a Big FPGA

The Xilinx Virtex UltraScale+ VU19P is a big chip hitting 35 billion transistors and over 9 million logic cells to enable better chip design and validation

Xilinx Alveo U50 FPGA Card for Data Center Acceleration

The Xilinx Alveo U50 is a low-profile HBM2 FPGA accelerator card designed for servers that is ready to accelerate next-generation microservices architecture

Intel FPGA PAC D5005 High-end Drop-in Accelerator Launched

Packing a 2.8M logic element Stratix 10, the Intel FPGA PAC D5005 is a high-end FPGA in a common PCIe form factor with dual QSFP28 network ports

Intel Agilex Launched and Takeaways from a Discussion with Dan McNamara

The new Intel Agilex FPGA line has been launched. STH had the opportunity to discuss the new line incorporating DDR5, 112G, and PCIe Gen5 with Dan McNamara

Intel FPGA Programmable Acceleration Card N3000 for Networking

The Intel FPGA Programmable Acceleration Card N3000 for networking is a pre-packaged FPGA and Intel XL710 based solution with out-of-box RTL acceleration

New Xilinx RFSoC FPGA for 5G Networks

Two new members of the Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ RFSoC line are aimed squarely at 5G network operators who need tighter integration and lower power operation