IDT Launches High-Performance Analytics and Computing Lab
SAN JOSE, CA: Integrated Device Technology (IDT), developer of system-level solution that optimizes its customers applications, launches Open High-Performance Analytics and Computing (HPAC) Lab, to meet real-time application needs of enterprises and cloud computing users.
The HPAC Lab deploys IDT’s RapidIO interconnect semiconductor and integrates heterogeneous computing technologies into a single platform. This results in rapid movement and management of large volumes of unstructured data. It is designed to create prototype solutions around heterogeneous computing elements around interconnect, timing and memory interface products.
“As analytics of large amounts of unstructured data become more important, we kicked off the Open HPAC Lab to provide an area of collaboration for those requiring the low latency and energy efficiency that RapidIO interconnect delivers,” says Sailesh Chittipeddi IDT’s chief technology officer and vice president of Global Operations.
The key applications for IDT’s Lab include Hyperscale Cloud Data Center-Based Analytics, high-performance computing, wireless 4G advanced, 5G and mobile edge computing and video analytics.