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Convey Computer Announces New Hybrid-Core Coprocessor to Accelerate Data-Intensive Applications
Date:11/18/2013

igh density Xilinx® Virtex7 field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) into an easy to use form factor. FPGAs provide substantially better performance per watt than conventional servers, dramatically accelerating applications while lowering power and heat requirements.
  •     Accelerates raw performance—High capacity, high-bandwidth memory subsystem dramatically increases performance.
  •     Reduces cost of ownership—Energy efficient, Wolverine can reduce space, power, and cooling requirements up to 90% over racks of commodity servers.
  •     Eases integration—The standard PCI Express form factor means the accelerator can be quickly deployed in industry-standard servers.
  •     Simplifies development environment—Convey’s unique Globally Shared Virtual Memory (GSVM) allows the commodity host x86 processors and the on-board FPGAs to share the same virtual address space, simplifying application development efforts.

WX Series
Along with Wolverine, Convey is also announcing the latest addition to their HC architecture—the WX Series. Like the HC Series, the WX Series provides application-specific performance for HPC and data-intensive applications. The WX Series features the latest industry-standard multiprocessor x86 servers tightly integrated with FPGA-based Convey Wolverine accelerator cards.

OEM Product
Because the Wolverine application accelerator is based on the industry standard PCIe 3.0 interface and form factor, it can be deployed in industry-standard servers or embedded in special purpose instruments. Integrating the Wolverine accelerator into turnkey solutions, OEMs can transparently provide greatly increased application performance to their customers. “The Wolverine technology is an ideal way of deploying application-specific acceleration within industry-standard servers to minimize po
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