Kalray’s All-in-One Development Platform
A complete and ready-to-use environment to evaluate, develop and optimize applications on Kalray’s
MPPA®3-80 DPU (Data Processing Unit) Coolidge™ processor.
The MPPA®-DEV4 includes all of the hardware and software needed for the development of your applications on the MPPA® DPU Coolidge™ processor such as Deep Learning, Computer Vision, and Mathematical Algorithms.
The AccessCore® Software Development Kit (SDK) and Kalray Acceleration Framework (KAF™) are ideally suited to porting your applications to the MPPA®-Dev4* and via KAF™, seamlessly assign these compute-intensive applications to the MPPA® DPU Coolidge™ processor.
*MPPA®-Dev4 incorporates a x86 Host processor with Ubuntu Linux distribution.
MPPA®-DEV4 KEY BENEFITS
- Immediate execution of reference examples
- Included Kalray SDK and documentation for users to rapidly develop on MPPA®
- x86 workstation running Linux Unbuntu
- PCIe board with:
– MPPA®3-80 DPU Coolidge processor
– 2 x 100Gb Ethernet interfaces
– PCIe 16-lane interface
– 2 x 4GB DDR4 memory
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DPU-Based Development Platform?
|PCIe Board||K200™ card with MPPA® DPU Coolidge™ Processor|
|Debug and Trace||MPPA® DPU probe card-K-DEBUG|
|Motherboard||Core i5 x86 Processor|
|Memory||8GB DDR4 @2133 MT/s|
|Graphic||VGA / HDMI / DVI outputs|
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Silicon Data Awards: Kalray Wins Gold Innovation Award, Public Award and Bronze Grand Prize with its New Generation of DPU Processor
Recognition for Kalray's unique technology and its DPU (Data Processing Unit), a new type of low-power, high-performance programmable processor dedicated to high-performance computing applications.
Programmable, low-power PCIe board that can be used in acceleration or standalone mode.
A new generation of processors to address the challenges of intelligent systems, based on a unique manycore technology.