You have until Jan 27 to download this free book with a comprehensive overview of FPGA use in cloud computing

2017年1月19日 | By News | Filed in: News.


Next Platform Press has just published a revised version of last year’s “FPGA Frontiers: New Applications in Reconfigurable Computing, 2017 Edition,” an 87-page book by Nicole Hemsoth and Timothy Prickett Morgan—co-editors of, a Web site dedicated to “in-depth coverage of high-end computing at large enterprises, supercomputing centers, hyperscale data centers, and public clouds.”


Although it’s not a Xilinx-specific book (or even a Xilinx-centric book), we at Xilinx would like to get a copy of this comprehensive book into your hands if you’re interested in the use of FPGAs in data centers and cloud computing. FPGA Frontiers: New Applications in Reconfigurable Computing covers the topic from the objective perspective .


As Xilinx CTO Ivo Bolsen’s writes in his intro to the 2017 edition of this book, “the broader compute world has an opportunity with FPGAs as well given larger trends in the datacenter, most notably performance per watt and overall scalability. Scaling up and down at the same time as having programmability mean more in the wake of these trends, and this of course maps well to FPGAs.”


From now until January 27, you can download a free PDF of the book, courtesy of Xilinx, by clicking here.




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January 18, 2017 at 08:00PM


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