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5 Web-based Services that Use FPGA

Posted by Nadeesha Thewarapperuma

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Oct 25, 2016 11:00:00 AM

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     What are some web-based products that use FPGA? Today, we're taking a look at five of the most popular options and some of the major companies that offer these services.

 

1) Data management

     When it comes to data management, several major companies should easily come to your mind. Facebook. LinkedIn. Twitter. Instagram. Dropbox.

     Some companies provide the same storage solutions for small to mid-sized businesses. Amazon's EC2 services, Cloudera, Google Compute Engine, Hortonworks all rely on Hadoop data management services. Microsoft Azure has recently admitted that they will continue to use FPGA as one of the main electronic components behind their computing hardware. 

 

2) Content management systems

     Nowadays, there are great platforms that can be used to create and host websites. Think of the most popular ones. Drupal, Joomla or Wordpress

 

3) Mobile App Development

     Solutions like Apache Cordova (PhoneGP), Kendo UI and IONIC allow software engineers to develop applications for mobile devices.

 

4) e-Commerce 

     Magento, Prestashop and Shopify all offer e-commerce solutions for growing businesses.

 

5) Enterprise Resource Planning Solutions

     The first companies that should come to your mind are CRM providers. SalesForce, HubSpot, Oracle.

 

     This blog is part of EarthTron's ongoing series about FPGA in use. We take a look at products and solutions that rely on FPGA. Click here to catch up on the first two blogs of this series: green technology that uses FPGAand FPGA in IoT solutions.

     EarthTron works with both Intel and Xilinx FPGA. Click here to take a look at the FPGA we offer. Even if you don't see your FPGA in stock, let us know. OEM agreements preclude us from listing every part, so if even if the part number is now listed, we may have it in stock.

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