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Now rolling off the production line: the Mercury™ ZX1

Jun 26, 2015

Enclustra Mercury SA2 Altera Cyclone V SoC module

The new Mercury ZX1 is the most powerful Xilinx Zynq-7000 All Programmable SoC-based module in our pack, and it's starting to gather a bit of a following due to its computational muscle. With Kintex-technology FPGAs in the 7030, 7035 and 7045 sizes combined with a dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor, the ZX1 packs enough punch to handle the most very demanding of applications. A new production run is currently purring along.

Have a look here: Mercury ZX1

Mercury + even more I/Os = Mercury+ SA2

Jun 15, 2015

Enclustra Mercury SA2 Altera Cyclone V SoC module

The new Mercury+ SA2 is for when you really need a lot of I/Os. It's our first module in the new Mercury+ form-factor, which adds a third 168-pin Hirose FX10 connector to the standard two found on Mercury modules. This doesn't come at the cost of increased size, though - the module is still a petite 74 × 54 mm. In terms of on-board computing power, the SA2 is equipped with an Altera® Cyclone® V SoC, with a dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor and FPGA fabric; to interface with these there are 258 I/Os, as well as 9 MGTs. Up to 2 GBytes of DDR3L SDRAM, 64 MBytes of quad SPI flash cater for memory needs, while interfaces on offer are PCIe® Gen1/Gen2 ×4, Gigabit Ethernet, 2 × Fast Ethernet, USB 3.0 and USB 2.0. In short: there's a lot on there.

Have a look here: Mercury+ SA2

New product roadmaps online

May 13, 2015

Our new product selection guide and roadmaps are now online - these provide an overview of all of our modules and their respective features, allowing you to easily find what fits best for your application. You can also cast a glance over the specs for our up-and-coming Xilinx UltraScale+™ modules. Click through via the links below to take a look:

Mercury Starter Base Board discontinued

May 11, 2015

The Mercury Starter base board product line is being discontinued; seeing as it doesn’t support all features of the newest Mercury SoC modules (namely, booting from SD card and UART), the Mercury Starter has been superceded by the Mercury PE1, which provides a more flexible base for Mercury systems, as well as offering many other features in itself.

More information can be found in the Product Change Notification. If you have any queries, don't hesitate to get in touch.

Run eCos on the Mercury ZX1 Zynq module

May 04, 2015

How to run eCos on Enclustra’s Mercury ZX1 Zynq module

Our friends from Antmicro have ported the free and open source eCos operating system to run on the Mercury ZX1 SoC module, allowing users to harness the power of the module's ARM A-9 in tandem with the real-time capabilities of eCos.

Have a look here: How to run eCos on Enclustra’s Mercury ZX1 Zynq module

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