"Hastlayer is a tool that gives software developers a way of speeding up their programs by basically turning them into computer chips. They write standard code, then instruct Hastlayer to process the computationally-intensive part of their program. That part will then be converted to logic hardware, while the rest of the software interacts with it as usual: Function calls work without changes, but in the background an embedded chip is crunching the data. This can provide a significant performance and power consumption benefit compared to CPU execution, especially if the algorithm is highly parallelized. All this happens with FPGAs (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Field-programmable_gate_array), which are chips that can be dynamically reconfigured to behave like any other computer chip. Hastlayer is in an alpha stage but shows promising results on low-end hardware. We're now working with Microsoft's Project Catapult (https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/research/project/project-catapult/) to allow it to support big real-life workloads for high-performance computing scenarios. We’ve previously showcased Hastlayer at a number of conferences, including Microsoft's .NET Conf (https://channel9.msdn.com/events/dotnetConf/2017/T212) and IEEE events. Apart from running research projects like Hastlayer, we at Lombiq (https://lombiq.com) are a software company working with open Microsoft technologies. Our clients include Transamerica, the Smithsonian Institution and Microsoft itself."
Project website: https://hastlayer.com/
Creator website: https://lombiq.com
Project twitter: Hastlayer
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