Xilinx Inc. launched Alveo, a portfolio of accelerator cards expected to increase productivity of industry-standard servers across cloud and on-premise data centers.
Alveo U200 and Alveo U250 will help customers optimize their productivity according to changing workloads and algorithms, without additional replacement costs.
Xilinx has also unveiled Versal, the industry's first adaptive compute acceleration platform. This will cater to AI inference capabilities for various industries, and will be available next year.
The company already enjoys a 58% market share in the field-programmable gate array (FPGA ) market, while competitor Intel holds 42% as of April 2018. Major customers of Xilinx’s chips include Amazon and Alibaba.