Colorado Engineering, Inc. Unveils Industry’s First Dual Intel® Stratix® 10 FPGA at SuperComputing 2017 (SC17)

Our new WARP II delivers the power required to turn big data into actionable intelligence. High performance computing applications like machine learning and cognitive computing can all benefit from the performance gains our WARP II delivers.

With a legacy of delivering leading-edge custom engineering innovations for industry and military applications, Colorado Engineering, Inc. (CEI), unveiled today at Super Computing 2017 in Denver, CO (Booth 1976) the industry’s fastest FPGA Accelerator Card—the WARP II eXtreme High Performance Compute Node (Figure 1).

With its dual Intel® Stratix® 10 FPGAs, the WARP II PCIe card delivers up to 136GB DDR4 per FPGA, 100GbE, and programmable OpenCL support allowing it to address today’s most challenging data-intense computing problems found in high-density datacenter and cloud service applications.

A Powerful Real-World Solution

“WARP II represents the most advanced off-the-shelf, PCIe, FPGA compute acceleration card in production,” says Larry Scally, PhD., President and Chief Technology Officer for CEI. “It delivers the power required to turn big data into actionable intelligence. High performance computing applications like machine learning and cognitive computing can all benefit from the performance gains our WARP II delivers.”

Performance Features Abound

In addition to the dual implementation of Intel’s Stratix® 10 FPGAs, the WARP II supports up to 136GB DDR4 per FPGA and 20 TFLOPS of peak performance (10 TFLOPS per FPGA), making it the most efficient, high performance acceleration card in CEI’s long history.

The WARP II features a myriad of technological advances, including:


  •     4x RDIMM – 264GB Max.
  •     QSFP+ 40/100GbE
  •     PEX PCIe x16 Gen 3

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