Salt Lake City, Utah, – June 28, 2021 – The Open Source FPGA Foundation (OSFPGA Foundation), a non-profit organization focused on accelerating worldwide awareness and widespread adoption of FPGA technology, today announced that the International Institute of Information Technology, Bangalore (IIITB), has joined as a University Member. IIITB is a world-class institution that focuses on education, research, entrepreneurship, and innovation. The OSFPGA Foundation is proud to have a highly regarded academic institution support its mission on adoption and advancement of open-source FPGAs.

About International Institute of Information Technology, Bangalore
IITB, was established in 1999 with a vision to contribute to the IT world through education and research, entrepreneurship and innovation. The autonomous institute has consistently been at the forefront of IT education and innovation. More than 3,000 students have graduated from the institute since its inception, and serve in over 50 well-known IT product and services companies. The institute alumni have also founded nearly 60 enterprises. It follows a broad academic philosophy with the 3-tier approach of programme, course and teaching. The institute attracts students from all over India and abroad and has the unique distinction of selecting 100% students on merit from across the country and abroad, pushing up the level of discourse and peer group at the institute. It has a unique positioning as a leading technology institute with its interdisciplinary courses which crisscross information technology and social sciences being pursued by students from diverse academic backgrounds. The MSc Digital Society course of the institute is the first of its kind in the country. The institute is a registered not-for-profit society supported jointly by the Government of Karnataka and the IT industry. To learn more about IIITB, please visit

About Open-Source FPGA Foundation
The Open Source FPGA Foundation is a 501(c)(6) non-profit organization with a vision and mission of accelerating the worldwide awareness and widespread adoption of FPGA technology as an integral component of semiconductors in the Autonomous & Ubiquitous Intelligence Age through the proliferation of open-source FPGA and eFPGA fabrics and associated tooling, to lower the barriers of entry. To learn more about the OSFPGA Foundation, please visit

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