This week, Zhi and Andrew will be at Super Computing 2018 showcase our FPGA-accelerated memcached database and our FPGA high-level synthesis software tool. You can visit us in the Startup Pavilion at booth 3773 to learn more about how to program FPGAs from C/C++ using LegUp HLS and how FPGAs can accelerate your workloads!
We are excited to announce that we now have a public github repository with LegUp example code to give our users a better idea of real-life example applications using LegUp:
The main goal of the repository is to provide more design examples using high-level synthesis to help users understand the coding style needed to achieve good performance. These examples are all released using a BSD license so the code can be used for academic or commercial applications. We will add more examples to this repository over the coming months.
New features and bug fixes for this release:
- Allow LLVM intermediate representation as input to allow tools such as LeFlow
- Various bug fixes
LegUp 6.3 comes with a 30-day free trial period so that you can try out the tool. Please note that during the trial period, you may only use LegUp for evaluation purposes, and the generated hardware cannot be used in a commercial product. To purchase a full license, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can download LegUp here.