Lightbits Labs has been assigned a patent for “a storage system having a field programmable gate array.”
Lightbits, the first software-defined NVMe data platform for any cloud, today announced it has been assigned a patent (11,256,431) for “a storage system having a field programmable gate array.”
“a storage system having a field programmable gate array.”
The abstract of the patent (11,256,431) published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office states: A field programmable gate array (FPGA), that includes a trusted FPGA logic, an untrusted FPGA logic and a monitor; wherein the monitor is configured to monitor the untrusted FPGA logic and prevent the untrusted FPGA logic from violating predefined constrains imposed on an operation of the untrusted FPGA logic; wherein the predefined constraints are stored in a memory region of the FPGA that is not accessible to the untrusted FPGA logic.
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