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 Emerging category), CrowdStreet (Rising Star), Jama Software (Growth), and nLIGHT (Enterprise).
Now in their 35th year, the Oregon Technology Awards are conferred by TAO to recognize the state’s most noteworthy technology companies.
Megh Computing’s mission is to enable the third wave of computing in the data center with scale-out FPGA-based accelerators. Founded in 2017 by a team from Intel that pioneered the use of FPGAs in the data center, Megh has taken the promise of heterogeneous computing with CPU and FPGA platforms from concept to production, delivering a solution that accelerates real-time analytics using FPGA accelerators in the public, private, and edge cloud. Learn more at megh.com.