Say hello to our first Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ module
Our very first Xilinx® Zynq® UltraScale+™ MPSoC module, the Mercury+ XU1, has made its much-anticipated public debut! It took its bow as part of a live-streaming 4K camera at the Vision Fair in Stuttgart, developed together with our partner AntMicro.
The XU1 is truly a beast; it's our most powerful SoC module, and offers a set of peripherals and interfaces that could make an engineer think Christmas has come early. In addition to the Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC, the module has fast DDR4 ECC SDRAM, eMMC flash, quad SPI flash, dual Gigabit Ethernet PHY, dual USB 3.0 and a real-time clock. Not convinced, even after all that? Click through for more details.
Our first Mercury+ AA1 modules are here
We’d like to proudly announce that our first Mercury+ AA1 modules have arrived. It’s our first module based on Altera's Arria 10 ARM processor-based SoC FPGA; it combines a powerful and space-saving embedded processing system with up to 8 GByte of high-bandwidth DDR4 ECC SDRAM memory and many more impressive goodies.
The AA1 is also our second SoC module in the new Mercury+ form-factor, which adds a third 168-pin Hirose FX10 connector to the standard two found on Mercury modules. Not to worry though: the addition doesn't come at the cost of increased size; the module is still smaller than a credit card, measuring in at 74 × 54 mm.
Get ready for the Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ module
Our very first Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ SoC module, the Mercury+ XU1, just went into production and we're very excited to get our hands on it. The module combines Xilinx's Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC-series device with fast DDR4 ECC SDRAM, eMMC flash, quad SPI flash, dual Gigabit Ethernet PHY, dual USB 3.0, an RTC and 294 user I/Os in a package smaller than a credit card (74 × 54 mm).
If you'd like to get a headstart on a design based around the XU1, the user manual and reference design are good to go; just drop us a line to obtain them.
The Mercury+ KX2 has arrived
The first Mercury+ KX2 prototypes have arrived - and they look rather good. It's our first FPGA 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.
The Mercury+ KX2 is based on the Xilinx® Kintex®-7 family. The compact module, which boasts 216 user I/Os and many standard interfaces, is equipped to handle even the most demanding of applications, with a high memory bandwidth of up to 12.5 GByte/sec. The module’s 216 user I/Os, 2 GByte DDR3L SDRAM and 64 MByte quad SPI flash combine to form a truly high-performance processing unit. The Mercury+ KX2 is equally well-suited for high-end digital signal processing, communications and networking, and high-speed I/O applications.
A myriad of interfacing options are also available: 8 MGTs with a data transfer rate of up to 10.3125 Gbit/sec, PCIe® Gen2 x8, dual Gigabit Ethernet, and USB 2.0. The module is available in both commercial and industrial temperature ranges, and needs just a single 5-15 V supply for operation.
Mercury+ PE1: 3D STEP model available
The Mercury+ PE1 base board together with one of our Mercury FPGA or SoC modules form a complete ready-to-use platform. To ease the mechanical design-in Enclustra now offers also a 3D model in STEP format. Just click on «Mercury PE1 STEP 3D Model» in the right panel on the Mercury+ PE1 page to request it.
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