Accelerate Your 5G Success Using FPGAs with MoSys Packet Classification IP and Intelligent High Speed Accelerator ICsWednesday October 27, 2021
By Gus Lignos
Vice President Sales, MoSys
The 5G Market is one of the industry’s hottest topics. 5G UPF and distributed Multi Access Edge Computing (MEC) are moving tremendous amounts of compute to the edge making HW acceleration and latency reduction a must. Packet Classification performed with FPGAs has become a critical component of this trend.
This is why MoSys has teamed up with Arrow to host a new webinar titled: Learn why 5G networks need HW acceleration and how FPGAs with MoSys Packet Classification IP and Intelligent High Speed Accelerator ICs enable this.
In this webinar, we will explain why 5G networks need HW acceleration and how FPGAs with MoSys Packet Classification IP and/or Intelligent High Speed Accelerator ICs provide the necessary acceleration and efficient capacity expansion to accomplish this. MoSys solutions have the features to enable the needed acceleration for today’s 5G Networks including:
- MoSys Stellar Packet Classification IP – runs on FPGAs and provides best-in-class acceleration
- MoSys Stellar IP performs 100s of Millions of Searches per sec and Millions of Rules
- Support up to 400Gbps rates
- MoSys Accelerator Engine ICs:
- tRC of 3ns and 5B Reads/sec
- Up to 1.1Gb capacity in a single chip with on chip intelligence
- Why serial attached is better – board space, routing, power, cost, design time, signal integrity
We want our audience to learn how to add FPGA and MoSys Packet Classification IP and/or Accelerator Engine ICs to accelerate their designs. In the process, you can free up FPGA resources by adding more intelligence and fast execution to external Accelerator ICs and ultimately, accelerate your own success.
The webinar is scheduled for Monday, Nov. 1, 2021, 9:00 am PDT | 12:00 pm EDT | 17:00 CET. You can register now: LINK
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