EnterpriseAI is the latest in the advanced computing press to affirm Megh Computing’s mission to enable the third wave of computing in the data center with scale-out FPGA-based accelerators. In “Intel Extends FPGA Ecosystem: Edge, Network, Data Center” the publication—which describes itself as “a meeting ground that enlightens and informs IT strategists by examining the
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Megh Computing, Inc., a leader in providing a platform for accelerating Real Time Analytics using FPGAs (Field Programmable Gate Arrays)-as-a-Service from the edge to the cloud, today announced that it had secured $1.75M in Series Seed Round financing. The round was led by previous investors Rogue Venture Partners and Oregon Venture Fund. Also joining in
Megh in the news: Intel Adds to Portfolio of FPGA Programmable Acceleration Cards to Speed Up Data Center Computing
Megh Computing is partnering with Intel to support the Intel Programmable Acceleration Card (PAC) with Intel Stratix 10 SX FPGA to develop applications for accelerating streaming analytics. Read more: Intel Adds to Portfolio of FPGA Programmable Acceleration Cards to Speed Up Data Center Computing.
How FPGAs Accelerate Financial Services Workloads By James Reinders September 11, 2018 Editor’s note: While FSI companies are unlikely to disclose how they plan to use FPGAs to beat their competition, HPC enthusiast James Reinders offers insights into the case for FPGAs as accelerators for FSI by discussing performance, power, size, latency, jitter and inline
Futurist Alvin Toffler introduced the idea of the third wave in his 1980 book of the same name to interpret cultural shifts based on economic drivers: The first wave was the Agricultural Era, which lasted for a millennia. This was disrupted by the Industrial Era, which started in Western Europe in the seventeenth century. The Third
By Malia Spencer – Staff Reporter, Portland Business Journal A cloud computing startup founded by a trio of ex-Intel employees has secured $1.5 million from investors. Megh Computing plans to use the haul to build out a toolset designed to make a key element of data center technology easier to use for customers. The year-old