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Order now: The Mercury+ XU8 is in mass production

Feb 12, 2019
mercury xu 8

Does your application need lots of memory bandwidth, MGTs and PCIe? Then the Enclustra Mercury+ XU8 most probably covers all your needs: it offers 20 multi-gigabit transceivers, each with a data transfer rate of up to 15 Gbps, up to PCIe Gen3 x16, and a memory bandwith of up to 29.8 GByte/sec thanks to it's two memory banks. And the best of all: it's already in massproduction. Feel free to send any technical questions to our support or place your order now.

Meet us at Embedded World 2019

Jan 28, 2019
Enclustra at Embedded World 2018

From the 26th until the 28th of February 2019, you can experience the world of embedded systems at the world's largest trade fair and congress dedicated to embedded technologies. Enclustra will be present at Embedded World 2018 in Nuremberg, with our partner hema electronic, the specialist for embedded vision solutions.

Experience how easy the FPGA technology can be integrated also in your project, be it vision, drive, measurement, control, SDF, medical or any other application. Enclustra supports you in all areas of FPGA-based system development, from high-speed hardware and HDL firmware through to embedded software, and from specification and implementation through to prototype production.

You are welcome to visit us at our booth in Hall 4A-121. If you neet a free ticket, just send us an email.

We look forward to meeting you!

Video: How to Cut Development Time with an FPGA/SoC module

Dec 11, 2018

FPGA and SoC modules can cut your development time by half and lower total cost of ownership at the same time. Don't waste valuable time by reinventing the wheel but focus on your core competencies and get your product to market faster.

Preempt-RT Latency Benchmarking of the Cortex-A53 processor

Nov 27, 2018
Preempt-RT Latency
Benchmarking of the Cortex-A53 processor

ARMv8 processors are becoming more common in the industrial market – also thanks to theire use in recent FPGAs like the Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC. It is useful to understand how well these processors perform with Preempt-RT. In the presentation Preempt-RT Latency Benchmarking of the Cortex-A53 processor Paul Thomas from AMSC compares the CortexA53 utilized in the Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC processors in the Enclustra Mercury XU5 module with a Cortex-A9 based module.

Three different latency tests were performed: standard cyclictest latency, external hardware interrupt latency (as utilized by the I/O-subsystem) and Ethernet UDP latency. Analyzing the performance of a hardware interrupt can be tricky, the method of utilizing a timer with a capture function is detailed in the presentation.

Video: Application Acceleration with Xilinx UltraScale+ MPSoC module

Nov 23, 2018

For application acceleration FPGAs often offer the optimal solution in terms of performance, space, price and power consumption. Thanks to FPGA and SoC Modules like the Enclustra Mercury+ XU1 this especially holds true regarding time-to-market.

At Xilinx Developer Forum (XDF) Silicon Valley Enclustra showcased how a mathematically demanding problem can be solved efficiently in an MPSoC. The demo shows a Mercury+ XU1 module, that is based on the Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC, calculating the Mandelbrot fractal set in the FPGA fabric. The calculation in the FPGA/programmable logic is controlled and displayed from the Processing System running Ubuntu.

The demo shows how FPGAs can be integrated seamlessly into a CPU-based system to accelerate computational tasks. The FPGA fabric calculates 84 Billion 64x64 bit multiplications per second and displays up to over 100 frames per second at a resolution of 1920x1080 pixels (Full-HD).

For the next chance to see the power of FPGAs visit us at the Xilinx Developer Fair (XDF) Frankfurt, December 10th 2018.

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