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High-end FPGA SOM based on Arria 10 GX FPGA

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By Ally Winning


The Arria 10 FPGA SOM has up to 1150K Logic Elements and duel DDR4 RAM with 64 bit and 32-bit storage capabilities. The SOM features a wide range of high speed I/Os and interfaces to allow the module to manage complex data integrity requirements while providing quicker throughput, reduced latency, and low power execution. The SOM will accelerate development of FPGA-based applications for industrial, aerospace, and medical domains.

iWave’s Arria 10 FPGA module features the Intel Arria 10 GX FPGA, fabricated using 20 nm technology in an F34 package. The new module can host one of seven GX models — GX270, GX320, GX480, GX570, GX660, GX900, and GX1150. The FPGAs offer different levels of FPGA logic elements (LEs) ranging from 270K to 1150K, as well as a range of other options.

The GX models provide 500MHz logic core performance, support 24 transceiver lanes, and have up to 40 percent lower power consumption for data integrity and high performance in power and resource-constrained applications. Up to 189 user I/Os and 24 multi-gigabit transceivers offer a data transfer rate of up to 17.4 Gbit/sec on two 240 pin high-speed board to board connectors.

The module is designed to support a range of interfaces, such as PCIe Gen3 x8, SATA Gigabit Ethernet, USB3.0 to be flexible enough to be used in different end applications. Up to 4 GByte DDR4 SDRAM allows faster throughput and an ultra-low latency data path for real-time executions.

iWave also provides a development platform that includes a powerful configuration of the Arria 10 FPGA SOM with a custom form factor carrier board. The Arria10 FPGA Development board supports a wide range of high-speed interfaces to validate the Arria10 FPGA high-speed transceivers and other on-board connectors to validate the Arria10 FPGA I/Os.

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