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Co-design allows creating a development cycle that is similar in efficiency to that of software development. It focuses on building specialized hardware blocks and frameworks which have the capabilities and interfaces needed for software integration. Simultaneously, it also focuses on developing software that is also designed to improve workload efficiency, e.g. Unikernels, and contains appropriate out of the box mechanisms for taking advantage of available specialized hardware. CoDes research lab provides the infrastructure and engineering foundation needed to support co-design based specialized hardware research.
By Ahmed Sanaullah In 2023, Red Hat Research announced the launch of the Co-Design (CoDes) research lab during the Massachusetts Open Cloud (MOC) Alliance Workshop. Our goal was to build an ecosystem that could deliver on the immense value proposition of...
Red Hat, Intel, and UMass Lowell collaborate on large-scale vRAN readiness as part of Open Source Technology Lab pilot
As part of a pilot initiative at the Open Source Technology Lab (OSTL), Red Hat, UMass Lowell, and Intel announced the outcome of a collaboration to showcase the readiness to deploy vRAN workloads at scale, from both a COTS hardware and open container standard...
Red Hat Research partner MOC Alliance announces 2024 workshop program including focus on AI and the AI Alliance
Updated on February 20, 2024. This article was originally posted January 20, 2024. The MOC Alliance annual workshop will be held February 28-29, 2024 at the George Sherman Union, 774 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, with featured topics including the newly launched AI...
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