The Mercury+ XU9 is in production
The latest Xilinx® Zynq® UltraScale™+ MPSoC module from Enclustra is now in production. The Mercury+ XU9 is designed for extremely high memory bandwidth and large data volume – which we will test extensively in September, when the first assembled modules have arrived. Thanks to the two 64-bit DDR4 SDRAM banks (PS & PL), the module achieves a memory bandwidth of up to 38.4 GByte/sec. Twenty MGTs with transfer rates of up to 15 Gbit/sec ensure the rapid transfer of data to and from the module.
In addition to six ARM® cores, the 74 × 54 mm small modules feature a Mali™ 400MP2 GPU, 16 GByte eMMC flash memory, USB 3.0 and 178 user I/Os. The EV variants of the Mercury+ XU9 also come equipped with a H.264 / H.265 video codec.
Meet us at the Embedded Computing Conference 2019
Edge computing, artificial intelligence, RISC-V, FPGAs and SOMs are just some of the topics in the spotlight at the Embedded Computing Conference on September 3rd 2019 in Winterthur/Switzerland. Like every year, a great deal of expertise is showcased in over 40 talks at the most important embedded event in Switzerland. An exhibition is being held in parallel to the talks. Enclustra will once again present their latest products and innovations.
Artificial intelligence is currently revolutionising countless applications at a rapid pace. In its talk entitled «Implementing artificial intelligence in FPGAs», Enclustra reveals how to introduce this future-oriented technology on a standard industrial platform.
We look forward to welcoming you in Winterthur.
FPGA modules give it their all
The world’s currently most successful Formula Student Electric team is using Enclustra modules in their motor inverters for the second season in a row. In 2018, the Zurich-based AMZ Team came out on top against more than 170 competitors, and is targeting this result again this year.
A detailed article in the Circuit Cellar magazine provides technical details about the setup and the technology used in the cars.
Enclustra wishes the AMZ Team all the best and great success on the racetrack!
FPGA Manager API updated
The FPGA Manager API has gotten constant improvements during the last few months. As already reported previously it is now also supplied as a NuGet package, which makes integration and updating significantly easier. The API has now also official gotten Visual Studio 2019 support as well as various bugfixes and improvements – like the possibility to connect several USB 3.0 devices at once to the same PC, even to different host controllers.
15 years of FPGA excellence
15 years ago – on February 23, 2004 – Martin Heimlicher founded Enclustra. During the last 15 years, the one-man company developed into an international company with over 50 employees and a wide range of products and services.
At the moment more than 2500 customers in more than 65 countries rely on our modules, design services and know-how, and this number is growing. But one thing has remained constant over the last 15 years despite reaching double digits: Enclustra maintains the innovation, flexibility, spirit and charm of a startup.
Thanks to everyone we've met and worked with along the way, and here's to more success in the next 15 years.
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