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Large FPGA featuring nine million system logic cells

Large FPGA featuring nine million system logic cells
Xilinx has announced the expansion of its 16nm Virtex UltraScale+ family to now include what is reported to be the world’s largest FPGA, the Virtex UltraScale+ VU19P. With 35 billion transistors, the VU19P provides a high logic density and I/O count on a single device, enabling emulation and prototyping of tomorrow’s most advanced ASIC and SoC technologies, as well as test, measurement, compute, networking, aerospace and defence-related applications.
23rd August 2019

6U VPX UltraScale+ FPGA carrier board with dual FMC+ sites

6U VPX UltraScale+ FPGA carrier board with dual FMC+ sites
VadaTech has announced the VPX580 rugged DSP blade. The VPX580 is a 6U VPX board based on Xilinx UltraScale+ XCZU19EG MPSoC FPGA with dual FMC+ sites, coupling real-time processing capability with high speed I/O and making it suitable for radar, signal intelligence and image processing applications.
23rd August 2019

Expanding low power FPGA video and image processing solutions

Expanding low power FPGA video and image processing solutions
Microchip, via its Microsemi subsidiary, has announced its Smart Embedded Vision initiative that provides solutions for designing intelligent machine vision systems with Microchip’s low power PolarFire Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs). With the recent announcement, Microchip extends its high resolution smart embedded vision FPGA offerings with new enhanced high speed imaging interfaces, an Intellectual Property (IP) bundle for image processing and an expanded partner ecosystem.
18th July 2019


FPGA server offers twice the typical density

FPGA server offers twice the typical density
BittWare, a Molex company, has introduced the TeraBox 1400B server supporting four double-width FPGA boards in a 1U high rackmount chassis. Fitted with BittWare XUP-VV8 boards, this server offers twice the FPGA and network density of a standard eight-board, 4U server.
4th July 2019

FPGA family beefs up security functions

FPGA family beefs up security functions
SecureFPGA is the latest product line from GOWIN Semiconductor, a China-based programmable logic company. It is targeted at endpoint and server management applications utilising built-in security functions to eliminate the rise of security attacks and breaches in edge computing. 
2nd July 2019

ECP FPGA family for video capture devices

ECP FPGA family for video capture devices
Lattice Semiconductor has announced that Nanjing Magewell Electronics has selected the Lattice ECP FPGA family to enable video processing in multiple Magewell USB 3.0 video capture devices, including the USB Capture Plus series. Using Lattice ECP FPGAs helps Magewell produce devices with lower power consumption and higher performance.
20th June 2019

VITA 57.4 module with 12 TX/RX Fibre MTP/MPO

VITA 57.4 module with 12 TX/RX Fibre MTP/MPO
Manufacturer of integrated systems and embedded boards, VadaTech, has announces the FMC258. The FMC258 is an FPGA Mezzanine Module per VITA 57.4 (FMC+) specification. It has a single Board-Mount Optical Assembly, providing 12 channel full-duplex transceivers with Clock Data Recovery (CDR) and front-panel Fibre I/O via MTP/MPO.
24th May 2019

FPGA image signal pipeline debuts at Computex Taipei

An invitation to Computex Taipei will enable Spectral Edge, an image processing IP company based in Cambridge UK, to present its newly launched ISP (Image Signal Pipeline). Powered by Spectral Edge Fusion technology, ‘SE Fusion,’ it has been developed for the security, automotive and consumer markets.
23rd May 2019

System-on-Module opens broad access to FPGA technology

System-on-Module opens broad access to FPGA technology
With the FPGA-based System-on-Module (SoM) ‘SpiderSoM’, ARIES Embedded, specialist for embedded services and products, has presented a basic module for getting started with FPGA programming. Similar to its industrial upgrade MX10, the SpiderSoM is a programmable, non-volatile board based on the Intel MAX10 FPGAs.
22nd May 2019

FPGA enhances security with hardware root-of-trust capabilities

FPGA enhances security with hardware root-of-trust capabilities
Lattice Semiconductor has announced the MachXO3D FPGA for securing systems against a variety of threats. Unsecured systems can lead to data and design theft, product cloning and overbuilding, and device tampering or hijacking. With MachXO3D, OEMs can simplify the implementation of robust, comprehensive and flexible hardware-based security for all system components.
20th May 2019


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