While CPUs run out of networking steam in data centers during the 40G to 100G migration, FPGAs are just getting started

2017年1月11日 | By News | Filed in: News.

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The video below shows Ravi Sunkavalli, the Xilinx Sr. Director of Data Center Solutions, discussing how advanced FPGAs like devices based on the Xilinx UltraScale architecture can aid you in developing high-speed networking and storage equipment as data centers migrate to faster internal networking speeds. Sunkavalli posits that CPUs, which are largely used for networking and storage applications connected with today’s 10G networks, quickly run out of gas at 40G and 100G networking speeds. FPGAs can provide “bump-in-the-wire” acceleration for high-speed networking ports thanks to the large number of fast compute elements and the high-speed transceivers incorporated into devices like the Xilinx UltraScale and UltraScale+ FPGAs.

 

Examples of networking applications already handled by FPGAs include VNF (Virtual Network Functions) such as VPNs, firewalls, and security. FPGAs are already being used to implement high-speed data center storage functions such as error correction, compression, and security.

 

The following 8-minute video was recorded during a Xilinx technology briefing at the recent SC16 conference in Salt Lake City:

 

 

 

 

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