Tony is a hardware engineer and FPGA architect at Ingonyama.
He specializes in building datacenter-class FPGA accelerators and loves to work at the intersection between software and hardware. Tony holds a Masters degree in Computer Science from the University of New South Wales. He is always on the lookout for interesting computer architectures and tools to help push the performance frontier of cryptography.
Ingonyama is the developer of ICICLE, which is the equivalent of PyTorch for AI, but for ZK proof generation. We are offering a new set of tools alongside ICICLE. Let us introduce the ZKDC framework, a set of secure and optimized ZK Containers for ICICLE applications and a set of scripts for deploying basic ZK datacenters.