Concord, NH (PRWEB) December 11, 2012
BittWare, a provider of fully-validated, deployable Altera-based COTS FPGA and signal processing boards (http://www.bittware.com), announced a major redesign and launch of their website, which showcases their Altera FPGA COTS hardware, value-add products, development tools, systems & solutions for FPGAs. BittWare’s Altera FPGA boards include the Stratix V, Stratix IV GX, and Stratix II GX FPGA technology and are ideal for applications in defense/aerospace, communications, high-end instrumentations, life sciences, and high frequency trading. The boards are based upon industry standard COTS form factors including AMC, PCIe, VPX / OpenVPX, FMC (VITA 57), and XMC (VITA 42). The company’s revamped website makes it easier for developers to find leading Altera FPGA board solutions.
“Altera’s FPGA technology provides industry-leading flexibility and bandwidth along with decreased power consumption,” said Darren Taylor, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales & Marketing at BittWare. "Our Altera FPGA boards build on that technology by providing COTS solutions across a variety of form factors, enabling customers to easily add co-processing and data acquisition that is seamlessly connected to the FPGA. This makes BittWare the ideal choice for any engineer or designer looking for ‘Altera FPGA Boards’. The redesign and launch of our website ensures that our customers have a user-friendly interface for anyone researching Altera Stratix FPGAs as well as the embedded COTS FPGA boards that we support.”
About BittWare, Inc.
For over two decades, BittWare has designed and deployed high-end signal processing board-level solutions that significantly reduce technology risk and time-to revenue for our OEM customers. Our solutions leverage the latest FPGA technology from Altera and our Anemone FPGA co-processing chip which reduces FPGA power and complexity by hosting C language aspects of a signal processing application. BittWare's solutions are based upon industry standard COTS form factors including AMC, PCIe, VPX / OpenVPX, XMC, and FMC (VITA 57). When power and space-constrained challenges make it difficult to use industry-standard boards, BittWare can provide modified solutions, licensed designs, and/or chip-level products for applications in the financial, communications, instrumentation and military/aerospace markets. For more information on BittWare and its innovative FPGA COTS solutions, visit http://www.bittware.com.