What is an FPGA?
An FPGA is a programmable logic device (PLD).
FPGAs based on Intel (Altera) PSG processors accelerate algorithm performance by implementing parallel operations in standard computational processes.
The FPGA logic comes from its programming, not initial manufacturing, which is standard for digital micro-schemes.
The FPGA accelerator is a PCI adapter that can be used as a coprocessor for accelerating compute-intensive applications.
Field of Application
Programming an FPGA
Test-drive an FPGA with 1.5 Teraflops of power
EulerLine NET FPGA cards:
- Up to 1.5 FLOPS of computing power
- 1.115 mln. logical elements and 42 Mb cache
- 3300 DSP blocks with FPU support (IEE754)
- RAM: DDR4 8GB
- Ethernet interfacing: 1GE, 2×10GE
- Host interface: PCIe Gen 3.0×8 lanes
- OpenCL (HPC) BSP
- CPU: Intel Xeon 1650v3
- RAM: 128 GB DDR4
- Disk: 2×480 GB SSD
Selectel provides remote access to servers with FGPA accelerators, including:
- A development environment and licenses for Intel (Altera) Quartus Prime Pro and SDK for OpenCL
- EulerLine OpenCL Linux “HPC” Board Support Package (for kernels after 3.10)
- OpenCL (including host-channels) programming and optimization training available
Clients may rent servers with FGP accelerators based on test results
Detailed FPGA Applications
Streaming content processing
Machine learning and neural networks
Accelerated financial calculations
Looking for Partners
We’re looking for skilled FPGA core developers to become our technological partner in the field of computing acceleration. If interested, please write us at firstname.lastname@example.org.