Accelerated FPGA libraries on your browser
Speedup your application on your browser.
InAccel allows to run any accelerator from Xilinx Vitis on your browser, easier than ever.
No need for configuration.
Instant deployment from Jupyter Notebooks,
python or a terminal online.
Xilinx Vitis™ Library includes an extensive set of open-source, performance-optimized libraries that offer out-of-the-box acceleration with minimal to zero-code changes to your existing applications.
Common Vitis accelerated-libraries for Math, Statistics, Linear Algebra, and DSP offer a set of core functionality for a wide range of diverse applications.
Domain-specific Vitis accelerated libraries offer out-of-the-box acceleration for workloads like Vision and Image Processing, Quantitative Finance, Database, and Data Analytics, Data Compression and more.
Run instantly on your browser any library getting the power of FPGAs.
Using the power of InAccel FPGA orchestrator multiple users can run the Vitis libraries on the a cluster of Xilinx Alveo cards. InAccel orchestrator allows multi-tenant deployment of FPGA accelerated libraries making easier than ever the automatic resource management of FPGA clusters.
Through the power of JuyterHub multiple users can utilize the available FPGA cluster, sharing the available resources.
Users can run the Vitis applications from Jupyter notebooks, Python or even a terminal.
To learn more on the FPGA orchestrator click here.
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Select the application that you need to speedup with ready to use examples
Run your application from:
Get instant acceleration just by invoking the function.
You can test Vitall for free as a demo. InAccel orchestrator allows automatic resource management when multiple users access the Vitall platform. Sharing of the available FPGA resources may affect the performance of the accelerator. If you want to have exclusive access to the server contacts us at email@example.com.
Vitis and Alveo are trademarks of Xilinx. Learn more on the Xilinx Vitis Libraries here