SoC module shortens time to market
The Mercury XU5 SoC module from Enclustra is a powerful and cost-effective all-rounder.
UltraScale+ high memory bandwidth MPSoC module
With the Mercury+ XU9 MPSoC module, FPGA specialist Enclustra presents the sixth SOM family based on the Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC from Xilinx. To achieve the highest possible memory bandwidth, it is equipped with two memory banks: a 64-bit wide DDR4 SDRAM (up to 4 GBytes) connected to the PL and a 72-bit DDR4 ECC SDRAM (up to 8 GBytes) connected to the PS. Thus, the module achieves a memory bandwidth of up to 38.4 GByte/sec.
SOC module processes data in quick time
The Mercury+ XU8 SoC module from Enclustra offers 20 multi-gigabit transceivers with data rates of up to 15Gbit/sec each and memory bandwidth up to 29.8Gbyte/sec. Based on the Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC, the module combines 6 ARM cores, a Mali-400MP2 GPU (EV variant), up to 12GByte DDR4 SDRAM, numerous standard interfaces, 236 user I/Os and up to 504,000 LUT4 equivalents.
SoC module achieves memory bandwidths of up to 24GByte/sec
The Mercury XU5 SoC module from Enclustra is a powerful all-rounder. Based on the Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC, it features 6 ARM cores, a Mali 400MP2 GPU, up to 10GByte of extremely fast DDR4 SDRAM, numerous standard interfaces, 178 user I/Os and up to 256,000 LUT4 equivalents.
Compact SoC module compatible with range of plug-in cards
At Embedded World 2018 in Nuremberg, Enclustra will present the Mercury+ XU1. Visitors to booth 3-210 will discover the company's fastest SoC module based on the Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC. It accommodates six ARM cores, a Mali 400MP2 GPU, up to 4GB of fast DDR4 ECC SDRAM, numerous standard interfaces, 294 user I/Os and up to 747,000 LUT4 equivalents – all on an area smaller than a credit card.
Talking FPGAs with Enclustra
An innovative FPGA design service company, Enclustra develops and markets highly-integrated FPGA modules and FPGA-optimised IP cores. The company provides services covering the whole range of FPGA-based system development, including high-speed hardware, embedded software, specification and implementation and prototype production. Visit Enclustra at Embedded World 2014, Hall 4A, Booth 111.