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2014 Winter Issue   

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Latest S2C Xilinx SingleE Virtex-7 FPGA Prototyping Solution Boasts Smallest Form-Factor, All-Purpose, Stand-Alone System
The S2C SingleE V7 Logic Module is the industry’s smallest form-factor (260mm X 170mm), all-purpose, stand-alone prototyping system based on Xilinx’s Virtex-7 2000T FPGA...
S2C Leads FPGA Prototyping with Support for Xilinx Next Generation Virtex® UltraScale 440 FPGA
S2C Virtex UltraScale Logic Modules will boast double the capacity, higher performance, and increased flexibility and expandability over previous versions...
S2C Announces Series C Financing to Advance Next Generation of Rapid Prototyping Systems

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S2C talks to EDA Cafe about FPGA-Based Prototyping

Toshio Nakama, CEO of S2C
GVT Fund leads Series C financing to capitalize on exponentially growing market

S2C Announces AXI-4 Prototype Ready Quick Start Kit
Fastest path to conquering next IoT challenges unveiled at ARM TechCon

S2C Accelerates FPGA-based Prototype Development with TAI Player Pro Version 5.1
This latest release helps to accelerate prototype development, increase engineering productivity, and achieve the maximum performance from your prototype. “The new version of TAI Player Pro enhances the power and capability of our entire line...

FPGA-Based Prototyping: Big Design - Small Budget? | EE Times
Recent advancements in partitioning, debug, and scalability have made FPGA-based prototyping the ideal solution for even the largest ASIC/SoC designs.
Utilizing AXI for Early Design Stage FPGA Prototyping
FPGA-based prototyping has typically been used during late stage design for system validation and software development. FPGA-based prototypes closely resemble final silicon chips in speed and accuracy, providing significant value in full-chip validation and early software development. Realizing these benefits of FPGA prototyping late in the game, however, can have serious repercussions – finding bugs far too late in the process delaying software implementation even further. In a tight competitive environment, missing the prescribed time-to-market window can be disastrous.
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Conquering the Next IoT Challenges with FPGA-Based Prototyping
The need for ever-connected devices is skyrocketing. As I fiddle with my myriad of electronic devices that seem to power my life, I usually end up wishing that all of them could be interconnected and controlled through the internet. The truth is, only a handful of my devices are able to fulfill that wish, but the need is there and developers are increasingly recognizing that we are moving to a connected life. The pressure to create such a connected universe is so immense that designers need a faster, more reliable way to fulfill our insatiable need.
Five Challenges to FPGA-Based Prototyping | EE Times
The state of the art has progressed spectacularly since early forays into FPGA-based prototyping, but there are still challenges to be overcome.

About S2C

Founded and headquartered in San Jose, California, S2C has been successfully delivering rapid SoC prototyping solutions since 2003. S2C provides:

With over 200 customers and more that 800 systems installed, S2C's focus is on SoC/ASIC development to reduce the SoC design cycle. Our highly qualified engineering team and customer-centric sales force understands our users’ SoC development needs. S2C systems have been deployed by leaders in consumer electronics, communications, computing, image processing, data storage, research, defense, education, automotive, medical, design services, and silicon IP. S2C is headquartered in San Jose, CA with offices and distributors around the globe including the UK, Israel, China, Taiwan, Korea, and Japan. For more information, visit