Bittware, Inc., a global leading provider of computing systems featuring field-programmable gate arrays (“FPGAs”) deployed in data center compute and network packet processing applications, has been acquired by Molex, LLC, a subsidiary company of Koch Industries.
Headquartered in Concord, New Hampshire, BittWare provides solutions based on FPGA technology from Intel and Xilinx. Many of the world’s leading companies use BittWare FPGA solutions to provide the processing power for demanding applications in data center, military, aerospace, government, instrumentation, test, financial services, broadcast and video. BittWare commercial products turn the latest FPGA device features into reliable board-level solutions, suitable for both development and deployment in integrated servers. The company serves Original Equipment Manufacturer (“OEM”) customers who value the decades of engineering experience BittWare brings to designing custom solutions.