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Lightfleet Corporation was founded in 2003 by scientists and engineers committed to advancing the computer industry by fundamentally improving the way that computers are connected. The company’s staff has diverse backgrounds in optics, signal processing, neural computing, massively parallel processing and semiconductor design. Lightfleet’s products include a range of hardware from chips to systems and associated software.

For the Arm community, Lightfleet has developed a network fabric that will bring unparalleled levels of performance, redundancy, and reliability to the autonomous vehicle platform. Lightfleet Multiflo™ is a revolutionary network that has zero skew, zero jitter and deterministically delivers all packets simultaneously to one or multiple end points. Multiflo is a hardware-based network implementation that does not have any software stack. Multiflo promises to bring a new level of network functionality and safety to the autonomous vehicle platform of the future!

Solution Briefs

  • thumbnail: Developing Autonomous Vehicles with Multiflo™
    Developing Autonomous Vehicles with Multiflo™

    To ensure the safe and reliable operation of autonomous vehicles, you need to have a reliable, flexible, and secure fabric to connect the sensors and processors, and that network should be easy to integrate.

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Insights

  • Why is it time for a new way to interconnect computers? Whitepaper
    Why is it time for a new way to interconnect computers?

    Latency is unpredictable, and congestion is endemic with traditional computer networks. Find out how Multiflo addresses all of the limitations of traditional switched networks.

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  • How will you take advantage of True Multicast™? Whitepaper
    How will you take advantage of True Multicast™?

    Lightfleet’s Multiflo fabric eliminates the switching of data packets by software and guides packets from a source to an arbitrary number of destinations, simultaneously via hardware logic, based in information encoded in the packets themselves

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  • Switched Network Latency Problems Solved Whitepaper
    Switched Network Latency Problems Solved

    This whitepaper discusses the issues with the typical control plane architecture and presents a new solution enabling data packets to flow freely from source to destination, without switching delays that contribute to latencies and reduce throughput.

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