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Eight New Interface Products Make FPGA-based SoC Prototyping even Easier for you | Xilinx

Eight New Interface Products Make FPGA-based SoC Prototyping even Easier for you | Xilinx Jul 11, 2016

by Xilinx Employee sleibso 07-11-2016 02:10 PM

S2C has announced eight new Prototype Ready interface cards and accessories to its growing library of off-the-shelf hardware and software products compatible with its Prodigy Complete Prototyping Platform. These new modules allow you to prototype SoC designs using a variety of pre-verified interfaces that work out-of-box with S2C’s comprehensive family of Prodigy Logic Modules, which includes modules based on Xilinx Virtex UltraScale, Kintex UltraScale, Virtex-7, and Kintex-7 All Programmable devices. Interfaces in the library now include general-purpose ports (GPIO, USB 2.0, USB 3.0, PCIe and PCI, Gigabit Ethernet, GMII and RGMII, and RS-232); high-speed GT-based ports (PCIe Gen2 and Gen 3, SFP+, and SATA); media-oriented peripherals (HDMI, DVI, MIPI, and VGA); and expansion ports (FMC and DDR2/3/4).


For more information about S2C’s Prodigy Logic Modules, see:


  • Phenomenal Cosmic Prototyping Power, Itty Bitty Package: The new S2C Single VU440 Prodigy Logic Module


  • Even More Phenomenal Cosmic DSP Prototyping Power: ASIC Prototyping Platform harnesses four Kintex UltraScale KU115 FPGAs

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