By Malia Spencer – Staff Reporter, Portland Business Journal A Hillsboro startup founded by ex-Intel employees secured $2.5 million of a planned $4 million bridge round to help it prepare for wider customer adoption. Megh Computing, which makes software to help speed workloads in data centers, was able to raise about half of its round
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We are pleased to announce that Megh Computing signed a memorandum of understanding with the Indian Institute of Technology Goa (IIT-Goa) on August 21, 2019, for joint research in hardware-accelerated, AI-based analytics. Megh’s mission is to deliver an efficient, scalable platform for real-time analytics using FPGAs for deployment in the public domain and private cloud.
Retail inventory loss (or “shrinkage”) is a serious problem, totaling about $100 billion annually—almost 1.8% of sales—worldwide. The issue is even more acute for those moving high-dollar goods, such as fashion and accessories. As traditional retailers grapple with ongoing market concentration, loss of market share to online sellers, and other pressures, there’s good news: Advanced
Megh Computing last week won the Technology Association of Oregon (TAO) 2019 Technology Company of the Year award in their Pre-Revenue category. Winners were selected from a wide spectrum of industries and recognized for their excellence and achievement within the region’s vibrant technology community. Other Technology Company of the Year winners were Stackery (in the
Provides an overview on overcoming the limits of data center infrastructure and the challenges of FPGA deployment Portland, OR (April 18, 2019)—Megh Computing, Inc. today released a white paper for enterprise strategy and IT personnel titled “Using FPGAs for advanced real-time analytics of streaming data,” providing an overview of problems of and solutions to extracting
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
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