Alpha Data is a Xilinx Alliance Program Certified Member and has worked closely with Xilinx for many years. This relationship has yielded many benefits for Alpha Data's customers including faster time to market and a longer time in market.
Alpha Data is a member of the Wind River® Partner Ecosystem and provide VxWorks support for the entire range of reconfigurable computing products. Alpha Data provide Wind River® with FPGA solutions to compliment their embedded system based development platforms.
Wind River®, a wholly owned subsidiary of Intel® Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC), is a global leader in delivering software for the Internet of Things. The company has been pioneering computing inside embedded devices since 1981, and its technology is found in more than 2 billion products. Wind River offers a comprehensive portfolio of solutions for addressing the system-level challenges and opportunities of IoT that is backed by world-class global professional services, award-winning customer support, and a broad partner ecosystem. Wind River delivers the software and expertise that enable the innovation and deployment of safe, secure, and reliable intelligent systems. To learn more, visit www.windriver.com.
Alpha Data provides a MatLab toolbox and Simulink® blockset for reconfigurable computing products. These tools allow rapid development of FPGA designs targeted at real hardware using The MathWorks™' high level tools.
Alpha Data has partnered with Chevin Technology to offer customers high performance low-latency Ethernet and SATA IP solutions for FPGAs along with expert engineering design services for a fast, efficient and cost effective development cycle.
Looking beyond parallelization and focusing on customization and specialization for energy-efficient computing, Falcon Computing provides automated compilation tools, a runtime management tool, and acceleration libraries to enable scalable and seamless integration of heterogeneous accelerating technologies into existing data center infrastructures, with focus on FPGA-based acceleration. Falcon Computing brings orders-of-magnitude performance/power efficiency improvement for key big-data applications, including machine learning and computational genomics/precision medicine.
Founded in 1992, Helion is a long established British company based in Cambridge, England. They offer a range of product-proven Data Security and Lossless Compression IP cores, backed by a team of highly experienced engineers, proudly developing and supporting a world-class portfolio.
Atomic Rules is an electrical engineering consultancy providing its clients with effective solutions to problems involving interconnection networks and reconfigurable computing. Their practice employs scalable, rule-based methods to tackle complex concurrency among heterogeneous processors. Atomic Rules understands the limitations of composing complex processor interactions using conventional RTL methods. To address this challenge, they use tools and techniques inspired by functional programming. Beyond RTLs, they specialize in creating source codes written in Bluespec SystemVerilog, a vehicle for code correctness, portability and reuse. Atomic Rules provides its clients with expert SoC/FPGA competencies that build upon RTL/ESL design and verification techniques – not reinvent them.
Interfacebus provides a searcheable database of PMC/XMC and carrier products.