BittWare partner program to de-risk innovation and reduce time-to-market for FPGA-based solutions

BittWare, a Molex company, a supplier of enterprise-class accelerators for edge and cloud-computing applications, has introduced a new partner program designed to simplify and streamline customer deployments of high-performance, data-intensive applications. As Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) increase in size, complexity and performance, organizations grapple with time-consuming, costly and resource-intensive processes to develop the customized Intellectual Property (IP) and board-level capabilities needed for specific applications. The new BittWare Partner Program removes major time-to-market and technology hurdles by facilitating an ecosystem of FPGA-based enablement IP and full solutions that utilize BittWare’s proven FPGA accelerator technology.

“BittWare is taking a leadership role in developing a partner program that empowers FPGA designers to access a robust ecosystem of proven IP cores, tools, frameworks and solutions from a centralized source,” said Craig Petrie, VP, sales and marketing of BittWare. “In doing so, we are uniquely positioned to close critical gaps in the FPGA design process while reducing risk and accelerating commercialization of innovative, high-performance applications.”

Ecosystem of collaborators & innovators
The new partner program aligns powerful solutions from industry-leading and emerging IP providers with BittWare’s compute, network, storage and sensor processing accelerator technologies. In addition to achieving faster out-of-the-box functionality, the ability to combine critical components of the FPGA design process reduces engineering and programming requirements, enabling customers to focus in-demand resources on developing unique capabilities.

Moreover, customers benefit from the opportunity to collaborate much earlier in the design process to meet the varying demands of powerful next-generation applications, such as artificial intelligence, machine learning inference, database acceleration, computational storage, 5G, test and measurement and security.

The inaugural list of ten partners includes well-established leaders and innovative newcomers focused on solving tough challenges in the following categories:

Compute:
● Intel: BittWare leverages the Intel Agilex FPGA technology and oneAPI toolkits to simplify development of High-Performance Computing (HPC) applications
● EdgeCortix: an edge AI-focused fabless semiconductor company with a software-first approach, focused on delivering class-leading efficiency and low-latency for AI Inference
● Megh Computing: provider of real-time, AI-based video analytics solutions

Network:
● Atomic Rules: provider of mission-critical, enterprise-grade IP cores and solutions from the datacenter to the edge
● Enyx: developer of ultra-low-latency, FPGA-enabled technologies and solutions for the financial, telecom and HPC industries
● Grovf: developer of application acceleration and network offload solutions using FPGA chips
● Siama Systems: provider of Ethernet/IP network infrastructure test solutions for the 5G RAN, MEC and data centers
● Xiphera: developer of secure and efficient cryptographic IP cores, designed directly for FPGAs

Storage:
● Eideticom: developer of computational storage solutions for cloud, HPC and enterprise data centers
● IntelliProp: provider of IP cores, ASIC design and verification services for the storage industry

Members of the new BittWare Partner Program have chosen the company’s enterprise-class accelerators as one of their preferred platforms for the deployment of advanced compute, network and storage solutions. These significant industry collaborations yield a multitude of benefits, including the ability to decrease development time from up to a year or more to three months or less, as reported by our partner organizations. Additionally, customers gain the peace of mind that performance, quality, reliability and interoperability have been validated.

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