BittWare recently announced upcoming availability of an OpenPOWER CAPI Developer’s Kit for its Xilinx FPGA-enabled accelerator cards. The kit is intended to give you a fast way to connect the Xilinx All Programmable FPGA to a CAPI-enabled IBM POWER8 system.
The kit includes:
- BittWare XUSP3S FPGA accelerator card, which is a ¾-length PCIe board featuring the Xilinx Virtex UltraScale VU095, four QSFPs for 4× 100 GbE, and flexible memory configurations with up to 64 GB of memory and support for Hybrid Memory Cube (HMC)
- IBM Power Service Layer (PSL) IP to provide the connection to the POWER8 chip
- CAPI host support library
- An example CAPI design
BittWare’s OpenPOWER CAPI Developer’s Kit is scheduled to be available in Q2 2016.
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