Technology partnership with hema electronic
Enclustra and the South German specialist for image processing and sensor systems hema electronic have entered into a long-term partnership. The aim of this ambitious technology partnership is to provide optimal and competitive customer-specific solutions based on the core competencies of both companies. In addition, the collective expertise within the two companies will be expanded and the development process optimized for a fast time-to-market.
The Mercury+ XU8 is in production
Our next Xilinx UltraScale+ MPSoC module – the Mercury+ XU8 – just went in production. It's optimized for bandwith demanding applications, offering 20 multi-gigabit transceivers, each with a data transfer rate of up to 15 Gbps, and a memory bandwith of up to 29.8 GByte/sec.
The first modules will arrive end of October and we can't wait to get our hands on it. If you’d like to learn more about this compact and powerful little chap, get in touch.
Get ready for the Xilinx Developer Forum 2018
The Xilinx Developer Forum (XDF) connects software developers and system designers to the deep expertise of Xilinx engineers, partners, industry leaders. Take the chance and get all the latest FPGA and SoC news, lots of Know-how and see the brand new and powerful Enclustra FPGA and SoC modules! See how you can shorten your time to market and lower your development cost at the Enclustra booth.
Enclustra will be showcasing at all 3 event locations:
- Silicon Valley: October 1 - 2, 2018
- Beijing: October 16, 2018
- Frankfurt: December 10, 2018
We look forward to meeting you!
Mercury XU5: Get the User Schematics now
The bring-up of Enclustra's new kid in town – the Mercury XU5, that is based on the the Xilinx Zynq® UltraScale™+ MPSoC – has been succesfully finished. That's the time for Enclustra to release the User Schematic and you to start the design-in. Besides the User Schematics also the footprint as well as the 3D model (STEP) are available now.
Feel free to send any technical questions or your purchase orders directly to our sales department.
FPGA & SoC modules – the concept is catching on
Enclustra is a pioneer of FPGA & SoC-based modules. It is almost 10 years since the Swiss company presented its first module based on an Xilinx® Spartan® 3 FPGA. Enclustra’s portfolio has now grown to include 19 FPGA families with two form factors, with the company recording double-digit sales growth every year. This clearly demonstrates that the module concept that has long been established for CPUs is tried and tested with FPGAs. What’s more, this technology has long since proven that it can function in the field in terms of long-term availability, as Spartan 3 modules continue to be successfully installed in products more than nine years after their launch.
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