- Tuesday 11/18 at 5:30 p.m., Room 393-94-95 – Reconfigurable Supercomputing
- Tuesday, 11/18 at 10:00 a.m., Micron booth #1949 – The Benefits of Xilinx® UltraScale™ Devices for HMC
In-Booth Demonstrations by Xilinx and its Alliance Members – Booths #3903 and #4003:
- Key Value Store Application Acceleration
Leveraging the Alpha Data ADM-PCIE-7V3 board, this demonstration is a broadly applicable key value store workload acceleration engine (i.e. Memcached and NoSQL) that delivers significant performance/watt acceleration at substantially lower latency.
- NVMe Flash Storage Platform Featuring a Kintex-7 FPGA
This demonstration is an NVMe-based flash storage solution running on a Xilinx® Kintex®-7 FPGA development platform. The solution showcases a fully compliant NVMe spec 1.1 interface.
- Low Latency 25G/50G Ethernet MAC Connectivity Solution
This demonstration utilizes two Virtex® UltraScale™ VCU107 boards communicating over four channels of 25G Ethernet through 5 meters of direct attached copper cable and two QSFP+ modules. The low latency 25GE MAC supports the 25G Ethernet Consortium specification.
- Low Latency TOE for Network Acceleration from Alliance Member
Demonstration features Intilop's 16 to 16,394 Simultaneous Connections TCP & UDP Offload Engine (TOE & UOE) and 10G MAC soft IP core running on the Alpha Data ADM-PCIE-7V3 card.
- Software Defined Development Environment for OpenCL
Demonstration of Xilinx's software defined development environment enabling the compilation of OpenCL applications into binaries ready for execution on FPGA devices using a standard programming environment.
- Software Defined Development Environment for Xilinx Virtex-7 Devices
Demonstration of OpenCL applications featuring the Alpha-Data ADM-PCIE-7V3 board based on the All Programmable Virtex-7 FPGA for the highest performance at the lowest possible power envelope.
- Software Defined Development Environment for Kintex-7 Devices
Demonstration featuring the Pico Computing M505-K325T acceleration board based on the All Programmable Kintex-7 FPGA, delivering unparalleled fanless performance for under 20W.
Xilinx Technology-enabled Demonstrations Throughout the SC14 Show floor:
The following Xilinx Alliance Program members will showcase a Xilinx-based technology demonstration in their SC14 booths:
Alpha Data – Booth #3803
Demonstration features Alpha Data's industry-leading FPGA accelerator boards for network processing including the KU3 UltraScale card with dual 40GbE / PCIe Gen3 x16, and the 7V3 Virtex-7 card with dual 10GbE / PCIe Gen3 x8.
Auviz Systems – Alpha Data Booth #3803
Demonstrating functions from Auviz Systems' computer vision and image processing middleware IP, AuvizCV, created using Xilinx's software defined development environment for OpenCL.
Convey Computer – Emerging Technology Booth ET11
Demonstrating high level programming for Convey's Virtex-7 FPGA-based Wolverine line of high performance coprocessors, with the Convey Personality Development Toolset and the Xilinx software defined development environment for OpenCL.
The Dini Group – Booth #528
Showcasing scalable Kintex-7 and Virtex-7 FPGA-based solutions for high performance computing featuring the DNK7_F5PCIe board.
- Invea-Tech – Booth #3923
Demonstrating the world's first HPC 100GE transmit/receive data stream on xR4 PCI-e cards based on Virtex-7 HT FPGAs with 28Gbps transceivers using a commodity server.
- Micron – Booth #1949
Hosting HMC interoperability demos featuring Open-Silicon and Pico Computing IP on Virtex UltraScale devices.
Nallatech – Booth #1332
Showcasing Nallatech's PCI-287n with dual Kintex-7 FPGAs for high performance computing and network processing applications.
- Pico Computing – Booth # 3233
Demonstrations include Xilinx's software defined development environment for OpenCL running in a Kontron 2U with Pico Computing's Kintex-7-powered acceleration module; Hybrid Memory Cube (HMC) IP running on Xilinx's Virtex UltraScale VCU109 device; and Pico Computing's new EX-850 Virtex UltraScale board integrating eight HMCs devices.
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