Red Hat Research Quarterly
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Ahmed Sanaullah is a Senior Data Scientist at Red Hat. His current focus is building open source tooling for FPGAs that enables developers to easily and efficiently create custom hardware solutions, regardless of prior hardware development expertise. He received his PhD in Computer Engineering from Boston University in 2019, winning the Outstanding CE Dissertation Award.
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Why open source hardware will play a key role in emerging technologies research RISC-V Instruction Set Architecture (ISA)-based microarchitectures are an important part of all Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA)-based research projects in the Red Hat Collaboratory at Boston University. Having CPU cores in FPGA designs is important: partitioning workloads between special purpose FPGA circuits […]
When the research interests that eventually coalesced into Red Hat Research first started, open hardware innovation was not a central feature on our roadmap. We asked Distinguished Engineer Ulrich Drepper and Senior Data Scientist (FPGAs) Ahmed Sanaullah to explain how and why that changed. Uli leads Red Hat’s research and future vision on artificial intelligence, […]