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A Greater Boston RIG project
As modern data center workloads become increasingly complex, constrained and critical, mainstream “CPU-centric” computing can no longer keep pace. Future data centers are moving towards a more fluid model, with computation and communication no longer localized to commodity CPUs and routers. Next generation “data-centric” data centers will “compute everywhere,” whether data is stationary (in memory) or on the move (in network). Reconfigurable hardware, in the form of Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs), are transforming ordinary clouds into massive supercomputers. This project highlights many ways to deploy FPGAs in a data center node, such as traditional back-end accelerators, tightly coupled off-load processors, Smart NICs, Bump-in-the-Wire, and even in the router itself.
Red Hat Research is excited to announce our participation in DevConf.US 2022, August 17-20, 2022 in Boston, MA. DevConf.US 2022 is a free, Red Hat-sponsored technology conference for community projects and professional contributors to Free and Open Source...
By Shay Vatarescu, Associate Manager, Software Engineering On May 12, Red Hat Israel celebrated the launch of a collaboration with Tel-Hai, a college in northern Israel, to increase our presence beyond the central area of Israel. Around 120 students and about 20 Red...
nd databases. Running annually since 1975 with a highly selective paper acceptance rate of 17%, SIGMOD is a top-tier forum for database researchers and developers to explore the latest state-of-the-art advances and results in the area.
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