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Need more interfaces?
The Mercury+ ST1 has it covered.

Apr 30, 2020
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Are you looking for a base board for your next video project? Check out the Mercury+ ST1 base board. It offers a wide range of I/O interfaces for video applications. Be it MIPI, HDMI or Mini DisplayPort: The Mercury+ ST1 offers them all – as well as a lot of other standard interfaces like Ethernet, USB 3.0 and SFP+ and FMC HPC connectors.

The Mercury+ ST1 base board is compatible with all Mercury/Mercury+ FPGA & SoC modules and is equally suited for prototyping and series production. Build your FPGA system in minutes and start taking advantage of the powerful FPGA technology!

The base board is currently in production and will be available soon: Mercury+ ST1

Jump-Start Your FPGA Project

Apr 08, 2020
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FPGAs are conquering more and more application areas, which is no wonder given their vast parallel performance, flexibility and scalability. From simple interfacing devices to complete system-on-a-programmable-chip developments with integrated ARM processors and multi-gigabit interfaces: the possibilities of FPGAs are almost unlimited.

With a standard FPGA or SoC module – be it based on an Intel or Xilinx FPGA or SoC – in combination with the use of tested and proven IP Cores, the entry into FPGA technology is quick and easy.

Find out how easy it is to Jump-Start Your FPGA Project.

Coronavirus: Enclustra is still here for you

Mar 24, 2020
Everything FPGA.

Dear Customer,

Despite the Coronavirus pandemic, Enclustra is still here for you. Thanks to our modern IT infrastructure, almost all of our employees are able to work from home. In this way, we reduce the risk of infection as much as possible; the well-being of our employees and customers is especially important to us – as is offering you the same high-quality Enclustra service.

You can get in contact with our team by phone and e-mail. Please refer to our website for the new office hours. It is our goal to answer all requests within the shortest amount of time.

You can place orders in the usual manner. The lead times remain the same. We have many products in stock for immediate shipment. We are in constant contact with our logistics partners. Nevertheless, we ask for your understanding that our logistics partners may experience delays due to changing regulations.

We recommend taking advantage of the possibility to order products ahead of time. By placing orders early, you can be sure to get your products on time. We will keep you informed should there be difficulties in our supply chain which could impact on the delivery time of your orders.

Enclustra is your reliable partner for all FPGA related products and services. There has never been a better time to start an innovative FPGA based project.

We wish you all the best and hope that you, your families and your colleagues will come through these difficult times well.

Everything FPGA.

Order the Mercury+ XU9 now

Jan 23, 2020
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Do you need lots of bandwidth? Not only for the ARM cores, but also on the FPGA side? Then the brand new Enclustra Mercury+ XU9 has it covered. The newest member of our large family of Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC based modules has arrived in stock and can be ordered now.

In order to transport the data to be processed into and out of the module as quickly as possible, 20 multi-gigabit transceivers with a data transmission rate of up to 15 Gbit/sec each are available.

Get all the details about the Mercury+ XU9

Seminar on FPGA in Minneapolis

Jan 21, 2020
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Do you know the pros & cons of FPGA System-on-Modules (SoMs) versus a chip down design? At the free annual seminar on FPGA in Minneapolis on February 20, 2020, experts from Enclustra, Xilinx and LSF Design will present the advantages and disadvantages of FPGA SoMs, show how to generate a reference design and Linux at the push of a button and give an overview of the new Versal family.

  • Where: Rose Vine Hall, Roseville – near Rosedale Center. Near both downtowns St. Paul and Minneapolis, MN
  • When: February 20th, 2020
  • Directions: Google Maps

Get all the details: Annual Seminar on FPGA

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