AWS re:Invent 2017: FPGA Accelerated Computing Using Amazon EC2 F1 Instances (CMP308) – #AWS

Amazon EC2 F1 instances with field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs), combined with improved cloud-based FPGA programming tools, provides researchers, application developers, and startups with a well-tested, standardized, and accessible platform for hardware-accelerated computing. This session introduces you to Amazon EC2 F1 instances with FPGAs, walks you through a typical development and deployment process, and highlights a number of use cases in different domains, including genomics, video processing, text search, and financial computing.

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