Enclustra & hema at Vision 2018: decrease your development time
Visit Enclustra and hema electronic at Vision 2018, booth 1C83, to see how vision with FPGAs is done today! Enclustra is showing how you can decrease the development time of your next FPGA/SoC based design.
Mars PM3 Product Change Notification
The revision 5.2 of the Mars PM3 base board is not equipped any longer with the I2C GPIO expander SX1505I087TRT. This part is end-of-life and no compatible replacement component is available. See Known Issues and Changes for more information.
Design changes might be necessary when migrating designs from earlier revisions. The Patch Specification provides more information on signals around the I2C GPIO expander and possible connectivity options. The configuration of these signals cannot be performed during runtime any longer.
Video: Design Services help decrease Time to Market
A short time to market is often key for a successful product introduction. Design services can help to decrease the development time explains Roland Paul, VP Sales, at Xilinx Developer Forum (XDF) Silicon Valley.
Mercury XU5 in mass production
The Mercury XU5 is probably the most attractive entry-level model in the Xilinx Zynq® UltraScale™+ range. The SoC module features numerous direct interfaces to the FPGA fabric, in addition to a Gigabit Ethernet connection as well as up to 2 GByte DDR4 SDRAM. Up to 8 GByte of DDR4 ECC SDRAM and a Gigabit Ethernet connection are also connected to the processing system. The XU5-4EV and XU5-5EV also come equipped with an H.264/265 codec as hard IP. Both the processing system and the FPGA matrix boast four PCIe® Gen2/3 connections. The best thing about the module, which measures just 56×54 mm, is that it is already in mass production. Order your Mercury XU5 today.
Fresh from the production line: The Mercury+ XU8
The Enclustra module family has grown by one more member: The Mercury+ XU8 just arrived from the production line. If you need lots of bandwidth, the Mercury+ XU8 is the module to go for: it offers 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.
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