How to give data centers
a performance boost with

BittWare, a Molex company, is continually innovating to provide customers with the best performance and value. In this article, learn about some new developments concerning PCIe data capture and FPGA products. Also, find out how you can borrow a BittWare FPGA PCIe board through the Arrow Testdrive Program to try it out for yourself.

PCIe Theory vs. Practice: How to optimize data rates and maximize transfer speeds

Design engineers are challenged with sourcing increasingly specialized solutions to accommodate faster data rates from modern sensors. However, how can an engineer achieve sustained 100 Gb/s data capture rates while being mindful of customer IP requirements and cost considerations?
In this PCIe data capture whitepaper from BittWare, learn about the techniques that make these speeds sustainably possible.



FPGA Solutions from BittWare

BittWare offers a variety of board-level computing technologies, integrated systems, and software expertise. Through their complete range of FPGA PCIe boards, BittWare provides solutions based on Intel and Xilinx hardware. Discover below how BittWare expands Molex's capabilities to meet the rising demand for FPGA-based, high-performance processing solutions in computing and data centers.

Four main application areas

Compute    Network    Storage    Sensor Processing

Many possible use cases

• Voice recognition/search
• Sentiment analysis
• Image recognition
• Motion detection
• Recommendation engines
• Text analytics

• Analytics
• Fraud detection
• Financial modelling
• Machine translation
• Genomics
• Hashing

• High Frequency Trading
• Deep Packet Inspection
• Network monitoring
• Server disaggregation
• Load balancing
• Weather forecasting

• Firewall
• Virtual machines
• Encryption

• Database acceleration
• Deduplication
• Erasure coding
• Compression
• Search

• Weather forecasting
• Oil exploration
• Medical imaging
• Data recorders


BittWare FPGA Unboxing

Take a look at our short demonstration of the BittWare 385A FPGA Accelerator Card, featuring an Intel Arria 10 FPGA, this card is a Low-Profile PCIe form factor with Dual QSFP+ and DDR3 memory. The video includes a detailed view of the architecture of the board and the various product features. Plus, this brief video runs through the steps necessary to experience the card’s capabilities as part of the TestDrive program.

Try out BittWare FPGA PCIe boards through the Arrow Testdrive Program

You can now borrow a BittWare product for 30 days via the dedicated Arrow Testdrive program. The program includes:


520N-MX with Demo
Stratix 10 FPGA Board with 16GB HBM2
The 520N-MX is a powerful solution for accelerating memory-bound applications.


520N w/o Demo
The 520N features an Intel Stratix 10 FPGA with 4x QSFPs and 32 GBytes of DDR4 RAM.


A10PL4 PCIe FPGA Board w/o Demo
Intel Arria 10 GX Low Profile PCIe Board with Dual QSFP and DDR4


Intel Agilex-Based FPGA Accelerator with additional IO features like PCIe Gen4.


Explore case studies, on-demand webinars, and other resources to learn how BittWare solutions help accelerate cutting-edge product development:


Other available resources

Title Format
Accelerating machine learning with field-programmable gate arrays Online article READ NOW
HBM2 performance boost for 2D FFT using FPGAs and OpenCL PDF DOWNLOAD WHITEPAPER
Get an introduction to BittWare's products and technologies. BittWare YouTube WATCH VIDEOS
Using Intel® oneAPI™ to Achieve High-Performance Compute Acceleration with FPGAs BittWare Webinar WATCH ON-DEMAND


Latest News

Sorry, your filter selection returned no results.

We've updated our privacy policy. Please take a moment to review these changes. By clicking I Agree to Arrow Electronics Terms Of Use  and have read and understand the Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy.

Our website places cookies on your device to improve your experience and to improve our site. Read more about the cookies we use and how to disable them here. Cookies and tracking technologies may be used for marketing purposes.
By clicking “Accept”, you are consenting to placement of cookies on your device and to our use of tracking technologies. Click “Read More” below for more information and instructions on how to disable cookies and tracking technologies. While acceptance of cookies and tracking technologies is voluntary, disabling them may result in the website not working properly, and certain advertisements may be less relevant to you.
We respect your privacy. Read our privacy policy here