Intel, eASIC working to address data centre acceleration
Intel is to work with eASIC on the development of integrated products that combine processing performance and customisable hardware. According to the partners, the move will meet increasing demand for custom compute solutions for data centres and the cloud.
"Having the ability to customise our solutions for a given workload will not only make the specific application run faster, but also help accelerate the growth of exciting new applications like visual search," said Diane Bryant, pictured, general manager of Intel's Data Center Group. "This announcement helps broaden our portfolio of customised products to provide our customers with the flexibility and performance they need."
The partners say the growth of cloud computing has spurred greater demand for customised chips that make an application or workload run faster. To enable this, eASIC plans to integrate its eASIC platform technology with future Intel Xeon processors.
"We believe eASIC technology has characteristics that will benefit cloud service providers to get the most from their applications," said Ronnie Vasishta, eASIC's president and CEO. "The combination of eASIC and Intel technology will help bring break through cost and performance to our customers."
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