Presentation at SmartNICsSummit 2022, April 26-28, 2022
FPGA-based SmartNICs can provide significant benefits by offloading network data processing off of CPU cores, data-in-motion processing, effectively enabling In-Network Compute. However, FPGA programming requires special skill sets to render predictable quality results. Open and open-source platforms such as NPAP or CORUNDUM or AMD OpenNIC or Intel IOFS can reduce the costs and risks when implementing FPGA-based SmartNICs. This is a joint presentation between MLE and UC San Diego, Dr. Alex Forencich.