LegUp Seminar Talk at the University of Toronto

By Andrew Canis,

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Our CEO and CTO, Andrew Canis and Jongsok Choi, gave a talk at the monthly FPGA seminar at the University of Toronto last week. We started with an overview of LegUp Computing and how FPGAs compare to CPUs. We talked about how our LegUp high-level synthesis software tool makes FPGA design easier by allowing a C/C++ input language even for system-level design. We showed off some surprising results we found for floating point cores generated with LegUp HLS compared to hand-written RTL cores. Then we showed a demo of our Memcached F1 instance using cloud FPGAs on AWS, and we gave some highlights on what it’s like to working at a startup.

Check out the youtube video of the talk below (sorry for the poor audio quality). The slides are available here.

 

If you like what you heard and you want to join our engineering team working on cutting edge FPGA technology, please check out our career page and email us at jobs@legupcomputing.com!

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