Author: Andrew Canis

LegUp Computing presents at Intel Capital Summit

Andrew Canis our CEO attended the Intel Capital Summit in April, 2019 and he gave an elevator pitch talking about LegUp Computing. We really appreciate all the support from our investor Intel Capital. Check out the video below: LegUp Computing Inc. provides an integrated development environment that enables hardware designers to program any FPGA device in […]

LegUp joins Xilinx Partner Program and Demos Memcached at XDF

LegUp Computing is proud to announce we have been added to Xilinx’s Partner member website. We have also listed our Memcached database solution running on an AWS F1 (FPGA) instance. Please read our solution brief for more details. Andrew Canis and Ruolong Lian will be at the Xilinx Developer Forum in Frankfurt, Germany this coming […]

LegUp 6.4 Release!

We are excited to announce that LegUp 6.4 has been released! You can download LegUp here. Release Notes New features and bug fixes for this release: Fused multiply-add (FMA) support using hard floating-point DSPs on Intel Arria 10. This allows performing multiply-add (a = b*c+d) or multiply-accumulate (a += b*c) using a single hardened DSP block running […]

Github with LegUp examples and LegUp 6.3 Release!

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: https://github.com/LegUpComputing/legup-examples 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 […]

LegUp Computing closes a seed-funding round led by Intel Capital

TORONTO, February 22, 2018 — LegUp Computing, Inc. announced today that it closed a seed funding round led by Intel Capital. LegUp offers a cloud platform that enables software developers to program, deploy, scale, and manage FPGA devices for accelerating high performance applications without requiring hardware expertise. The technology enables the next generation of low-latency […]