The Bittware PCIe 5.0 NIC Card has an Intel Agilex® 7 FPGA and LMS ÜberNIC with CXL. This fully hardware-accelerated network stack finds first use in data centers for the financial services industry (FSI) and others. This is the first FPGA-powered CXL NIC.
BittWare partner Liquid-Markets-Solutions (LMS) have moved the full network stack into an FPGA, a unique achievement. The Intel Agilex I-Series FPGA has PCIe 5.0 bandwidth and CXL low-latency.
Called ÜberNIC, this family of NIC cards is built on BittWare hardware for enterprise-class deployment in datacenters.
Fact: Today's NICs Don't Stack Up for Market Trading. Today’s market feeds regularly pass 850 Mb/s—the point at which even the best competitive NIC’s network stack begin to dramatically lose sufficient latency performance.
Enter ÜberNIC, the first commercially-available FPGA NIC with the entire network stack in accelerated hardware, allowing for consistent low latency. This is game-changing performance for Fintech.
Central to the performance gains of ÜberNIC over competitors is the Intel Agilex 7 FPGA. This chip brings the core features like PCIe 5.0 and CXL—plus I/O giving double (or more) the port density of even top competitors.
At its core, ÜberNIC is a low-latency focused NIC. With the combination of full hardware acceleration and low-latency PCIe transfers thanks to CXL, you get unmatched performance—even during peak market times.
BittWare brings enterprise-class products to market using the latest technology such as Agilex FPGAs. Today’s high-speed interfaces require significant care in the design and manufacturing process to make a reliable, high-quality product at scale.
Even up to 3,000 Mb/s ÜberNIC performs with low latency. The cards can run in a variety of servers supporting PCIe 3/4/5.
Please use our FPGA Board Selector to find your preferred model.