Webinar Recordings

Partitioning the Design into Multiple FPGAs with Prodigy Player Pro

FPGA capacity has increased significantly but design size will always outpace it. Partitioning a design across multiple FPGAs or boards is a natural step but has been known to be a difficult and time-consuming process. Thankfully the high density FPGAs (Xilinx Virtex UltraScale 440 & Intel Stratix 10) and IP-based design structure (with functional blocks such as CPU, GPU and peripherals) have enabled partitioning to become more of a grouping exercise.
In this webinar, we will step through the partitioning flow using a case study and demonstration to introduce Prodigy Player Pro, a tool that works with the Prodigy Logic Module family of FPGA-based prototyping platforms from S2C. Player Pro plays three roles in speeding your development process: It configures the prototype, runs remote system monitoring and control, and provides set up for multi-FPGA debugging.

Presenters:
Daniel Nenni, Founder of SemiWiki.com
Richard Chang, Vice President of Engineering of S2C Inc.

 
 
 

Achieve High-performance & High-throughput with Intel based FPGA Prototyping

FPGAs have been used for ASIC prototyping since the beginning of FPGAs (1980s) allowing hardware and software designers to work in harmony developing, testing, and optimizing their products. The high density FPGA – Intel Stratix 10 and Arria 10 are available now with Stratix 10 FPGAs delivering breakthrough advantages in performance, density, and system integrations with single logic die using the Intel 14nm Tri-gate process. In this webinar, we will highlight the advantages of using Intel FPGAs for prototyping and walk through the implementation flow for both single and multi-FPGA boards.

Presenters:
Daniel Nenni, Founder of SemiWiki.com
Richard Chang, Vice President of Engineering of S2C Inc.

 
 
 

The Emergence of FPGA Prototyping for ASIC/SoC Design

FPGA prototyping has become a dominant part of the ASIC/SoC design and validation flow by significantly speeding up the progress of your project. This webinar will provide a brief overview of FPGA prototyping and address the key points on system selection. We will analyze how the flow changes on single or multiple FPGA systems and how prototyping software participates in the verification flow.

Presenters:
Daniel Nenni, Founder of SemiWiki.com
Richard Chang, Vice President of Engineering of S2C Inc.