COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., Nov. 14, 2017 — Colorado Engineering, Inc. (CEI) unveiled its First Dual Intel Stratix 10 FPGA, Warp II, at Super Computing 2017 (SC17) in Denver. The WARP II PCIe card delivers up to 136GB DDR4 per FPGA, 100GbE, and programmable OpenCL support to address today’s most challenging data-intense computing problems found in high-density data center and cloud service applications.
“WARP II represents the most advanced, off-the-shelf, PCIe, FPGA compute acceleration card in production,” said Larry Scally, PhD., CEI’s President and Chief Technology Officer. “It delivers the power required to turn big data into actionable intelligence. High performance computing applications like machine learning and cognitive computing can all benefit from the performance gains our WARP II delivers.”
In addition to the dual implementation of Intel’s Stratix® 10 FPGAs, the WARP II supports up to 136GB DDR4 per FPGA and 20 TFLOPS of peak performance (10 TFLOPS per FPGA), making it the most efficient, high performance acceleration card in CEI’s long history of delivering custom hardware, software, sensor, or mechanical design support for the most demanding computing challenges. Learn more about Warp II or contact CEI to purchase.
Founded in 2003 with engineering and production facilities located in Colorado Springs, Colorado, CEI supplies Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) high performance computing hardware and software, as well as tailored solutions, working directly with government agencies and for commercial prime contractors, offering quick turn, innovative solutions with lower cost and higher quality while minimizing risk. CEI leads or partners on new radar systems, software and hardware projects, including leading edge efforts in MOSA applications, reconfigurable RF, THz EM propagation modeling, and associated remote sensing system development. CEI is certified as a women’s business enterprise by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), the nation’s largest third-party certifier of the businesses owned and operated by women in the U.S. It is also a Platinum Member of Intel’s FPGA Design Solutions Network.