“We are excited by the continued opportunities we see for our Bandwidth Engine and programmable acceleration products in our existing networking and security markets, as well as new markets ranging from smart NICs to video,” said
As data rates increase to 100s of gigabits per second and requirements for workload acceleration and flexibility expand to nearly every market segment, intelligent platforms with the ability to process, analyze and execute complex algorithms and analytics are required. FPGAs provide flexibility in dealing with constantly changing requirements, feature expansion and variable workload accelerations and have become an increasingly popular choice due to the rising costs and time to develop application-specific devices. While even the most advanced DRAM-based memory solutions, such as HBM, offer large capacity and increased bandwidth to FPGA platforms, these memory types are still limited by their fundamental memory access rate. The memory in the Bandwidth Engine is 10 times faster than standard DRAM cells. Bandwidth Engine devices deliver proven memory bandwidth and access performance that enhances the leading FPGA platforms, complementing DRAM solutions and resolving inherent memory access limitations. The combination of the Bandwidth Engine and high-performance FPGAs provides an ideal platform for flexible and scalable application performance. Rapid design-in capability is supported through a robust and proven FPGA ecosystem supporting both
Bandwidth Engine ICs include up to 16 serial interface lanes, a highly efficient interface protocol and up to 1 gigabit of high-speed random access memory. System acceleration is significantly increased with embedded read-modify-write functions for computation applications, including counting, statistics and metering. MoSys’ highest performance product, the Programmable HyperSpeed Engine, integrates 32 RISC cores into the Bandwidth Engine architecture enabling in-memory compute of user-defined algorithms and application functions to deliver over four times the throughput and a quarter of the latency compared to competing legacy memory solutions.
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