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FPGA accelerators qualified for IBM PureFlex

07 Nov 2012

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Nallatech has qualified two FPGA-based PCI Express accelerator cards for the IBM PureFlex System.

IBM PureFlex is an infrastructure system that provides an integrated computing platform combining servers, storage, networking, visualisation and management into a single structure. The company added that PureFlex allows customers to increase IT efficiency, minimise risk and lower costs.

Nallatech is IBM's only Industry Solutions Reseller (ISR) partner specialising in FPGA solutions. Nallatech has extensive experience integrating and testing FPGA accelerator cards for IBM xSeries, BladeCentre and iDataPlex platforms.

The Nallatech PCIe-385N and PCIe-287N FPGA accelerator cards have been engineered to meet the demanding performance requirements of a number of applications including network filtering, analytics, encryption and image processing. These accelerators directly couple FPGAs to network and storage interfaces supporting a range of protocols including 1GbE, 10GbE, OTN and Fibre Channel. Each FPGA uses multiple independent banks of high-bandwidth memory providing local random access and deep storage.

Nallatech is shipping PCIe accelerator cards featuring the latest generation of 28nm FPGAs.

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