uno, duo and quad systems added to FPGA prototyping platforms
Designed for the verification and development of small to medium-sized IP and SoC designs, the modular proFPGA system comes in three types of motherboards (uno, duo, quad) on which different types of FPGA modules can be plugged and mixed easily. Nearly all FPGA IOs are available on an extensive number of extension sites which are used for the FPGA to FPGA interconnections or for adapting memory, interfaces and application specific boards. This way, the user can model and adapt the FPGA system in the most convenient way to his design requirements and can simply scale the system up, if required.
One can for example use the proFPGA uno system for IP or sub designs development and can reuse the FPGA modules for complete SoC and ASIC prototyping by simply plugging the same proFPGA A10 GX 1150 FPGA modules on a duo or quad motherboard. This allows customer to mix and match the new proFPGA A10 GX 1150 FPGA modules with high-end and high capacity proFPGA Stratix 10 GX 2800 FPGA modules in one system.
Scalable from 1 FPGA on an uno system up to 4 pluggable Intel Arria 10 GX 1150 based FPGA modules on a quad system, it offers a capacity from 8M ASIC gates up to 32M ASIC gates on one system. Up to 9 proFPGA quad systems with overall 36 FPGA modules can be easily connected together to increase the capacity up to 288M ASIC gates and by combining it with the bigger proFPGA Stratix 10 GX 2800 FPGA modules the capacity can be even expanded to about 720M ASIC gates.
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