Reaching for Mars
The first Mars MA3 prototypes have arrived at Enclustra. The Mars MA3 system-on-chip (SoC) module combines Intel's Cyclone V SoC device with fast DDR3L SDRAM, quad SPI flash, 16 GByte eMMC flash, a Gigabit and Fast Ethernet PHY as well as a USB 2.0 PHY and thus forms a complete and powerful embedded processing system.
The Mars MA3 SoC module reduces development effort, redesign risk and improves time-to-market for your embedded system. Mass production will start around Q4 2017, but no worries we have samples available soon. So don’t hesitate and reassure your sample now!
Conquering the cosmos
We are currently in the middle of the bring-up of our awesome new form factor; we are cheerful to present the Cosmos XZQ10, the first PCIe system board from Enclustra. It combines a Xilinx Zynq-7030/7035/7045 SoC FPGA with 1 GByte (PS) and 256 MByte (SDRAM), 16 GByte eMMC flash, Gigabit Ethernet, dual Fast Ethernet, QSFP+ (optional 4x SFP+ slots), up to two FMC HPC connectors, 4x USB 2.0 and quad SPI on a PCIe card. Isn't that jaw dropping? More information will follow, stay tuned!
The wait for the Mercury+ XU1 is over!
Are you ready to order the long-awaited Mercury+ XU1? Enclustra can officially confirm your purchase orders for the first SoC module based on the Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC. It accomodates 6 ARM cores, a Mali 400MP2 GPU, up to 8 GByte of extremely fast DDR4 ECC SDRAM, numerous standard interfaces, 294 user I/Os and up to 747,000 LUT4 equivalents - all on an area smaller than a credit card.
Feel free to send any requests or your purchase orders directly to our sales department.
Mars MA3 Cyclone V SoC module user manual
Our first Altera Cyclone V SoC Module in the Mars form factor just went into production, 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 and we'll furnish you with the user manual. Click through for more info.
Motion control kit for BLDC, DC and stepper motors
We've just added a couple of more features to our tried-and-tested Universal Drive IP Evaluation Kit: support for DC and stepper motors. With BLDC motors already supported, the evaluation kit now covers all of the most widely used motor types, and is available for both Intel and Xilinx FPGAs.
The highly optimized Universal Drive IP Solution supports up to 8 drives per controller, and up to 4 PID controllers per drive (position, velocity, current), at control rates of up to 200kHz. Click through to check out all the features of the Universal Drive Controller IP Core.
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