Embedded FPGA IP for hub chiplet

Embedded FPGA IP for hub chiplet

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By Nick Flaherty

Primemas is to integrate the Achronix Speedcore embedded FPGA IP into its hub chiplet, or Hublet.

The Primemas Hublet Hublet provides I/O, control, and compute functionality in a scalable format, using high-performance D2D interfaces to achieve infrastructure sharing with custom FPGA dies.

This includes high-capacity DDR4/5 memory, CXL3.0/PCIe, D2D interfaces, and a high-performance multi-core CPU cluster with advanced processing capabilities.

When paired with a custom FPGA chiplet die, the Hublet provides a cost-effective and scalable solution for data centres, cloud service providers, and memory manufacturers. This combination enables efficient testing, debugging, and implementation of diverse hardware solutions while reducing time to market.

“By integrating the Speedcore FPGA IP from Achronix into the Primemas Hublet product family, we are enabling a programmable, flexible, and scalable platform, all in a single package,” said Il Park, CEO of Primemas. “We are looking forward to working with Achronix to bring the most efficient and advanced solutions to the market.”

“We are pleased to supply our Achronix Speedcore eFPGA IP to Primemas for its innovative, market-leading, FPGA-based SoC Hublet solution,” said Steve Mensor, vice president of marketing at Achronix. “The semiconductor chiplet ecosystem has reached a critical mass, and Primemas is positioned to capitalize on this emerging market with its FPGA-based chiplet solution.”

As well as the Speedcore eFPGA IP, Achroix also has ready-to-use VectorPath accelerator cards targeting AI, machine learning, networking and data centre applications.

Primemas is a fabless semiconductor company in Santa Clara, California, with an R&D centre in Seoul.;



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