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FPGAs have traditionally allowed developers to create bespoke hardware with the best power, performance, and TCO for workloads ranging from the edge to the cloud.
The Open FPGA Stack is a scalable, open-source hardware and software platform for customising and running high-performance workloads. The OFS, which will be distributed via git repositories, will be designed to make FPGA development and deployment easier by allowing for better code reusability and modularity.
The Global Open FPGA Stack Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Intel Corporation is pleased to announce the availability of the Intel Open FPGA Stack, which has been shown to significantly cut development time while also increasing code and hardware design reuse for customers and partners wishing to accelerate workloads.
Intel and select third-party platforms using Intel Stratix 10 FPGA, Intel Agilex FPGA, and future Intel FPGA device families are using this second-generation hardware and software architecture.
Intel OFS provides a customizable software and hardware infrastructure that addresses a number of pain points for hardware, software, and application developers, including modular and composable code from which to develop FPGA designs (“take and tailor”), open-sourced and upstreamed code to the Linux kernel that allows open-source distribution vendors to provide native support to third parties, and proprietary Intel-OFS platforms.
Customization, easy porting between Intel FPGA platforms, and native compatibility in key OS vendor distributions are the respective values to hardware, application, and software developers.
Lattice Semiconductor has announced the release of its latest application-specific FPGA solution stack, which is aimed at the growing Open Radio Access Network (ORAN) market.
The Lattice ORAN solution stack, the company’s sixth in a series aimed at diverse markets, allows for safe, adaptable ORAN installations by enabling robust control data security, flexible fronthaul synchronisation, and low-power hardware acceleration.
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