ASIC prototyping system sports quad Intel Stratix 10 GX 10M FPGAs

ASIC prototyping system sports quad Intel Stratix 10 GX 10M FPGAs

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The new system handles complex ASIC and SoC designs up to 2 billion ASIC gates and gives design and verification engineers unprecedented speed and flexibility for high-speed verification and bug hunting to shorten the time to market by eliminating costly re-spins and by providing early prototypes for software development and to end customers.
Assembled with 4 pluggable proFPGA Stratix 10 GX 10M FPGA modules, the quad system offers a capacity of up to 240 M ASIC gates, which is twice as much compared to the current proFPGA quad VUS 440 system. Up to nine proFPGA quad systems with overall 36 FPGA modules can be easily connected together to increase the capacity up to 2 billion ASIC gates. The system offers 64 extension sites, with a total of 8304 I/Os. This is about 50% more compared to the previous generation. Additionally, the system provides 192 high-speed serial transceivers, which offer maximum flexibility for interconnections and for adapting standard proFPGA daughter boards or application-specific extension boards like DDR4 memory, USB 3.0, SATA, QSFP+, PCIe Gen3 or others. Because of the very compact system architecture and the high-end PCB layout with fully delay-matched signal lines, the proFPGA platform ensures best signal integrity and a maximum system speed of up to 500 MHz in a single FPGA. Over standard I/Os the system achieves a remarkable point-to-point performance of up to 1.4 Gbps and via the high-speed serial transceivers even up to 17.4 Gbps.

The new board is fully compatible to the previous proFPGA generations. That means that almost all proFPGA motherboards, FPGA modules, daughter cards and accessories can be used in combination with the new proFPGA Stratix 10 GX 10M FPGA module.

The system comes with the proFPGA Builder software, which provides the board support package, an extensive set of features, like advanced clock management, integrated self- and performance test, automatic board detection and I/O voltage programming, system scan and safety mechanism, and quick remote system configuration and monitoring through USB, Ethernet or PCIe, which simplifies the usage of the proFPGA system tremendously.
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