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Get to Market First with S2C Prodigy Logic Module

Prodigy Logic Module

S2C's FPGA Prototyping system has been in the market since 2004 and has since been widely adopted by many leading SoC/ASIC design companies. The Prodigy Logic Module series are specially designed with low profile and affordability in mind. The Prodigy Logic Modules are based on Xilinx's VU,  KU and K7 FPGA devices such as xilinx vu13p.

S2C Prodigy Logic Module Solution

  • Largest Capacity in Single FPGA

    5,541 Logic Cells

    2,880 DSP Slices

    88.6Mb Internal memories

  • High System Performance

    Up to two speed-grade improvement with high utilization comparing with V7-2000T

    On-board support high speed DDR4 & PCIe Gen 3

  • Accelerated Design Productivity

    Co-optimized with Vivado Design Suite for rapid design closure

S2C Prodigy Logic Module Solution

Prodigy Logic Module Configuration Table

Prodigy Logic Module Configuration Table

Estimated ASIC Gates (M)2.932.35
System LC&LE (K)407326
FPGA Internal Memory (Mb)2816
DSP Slices1,540840
External User I/Os432432
SerDes Transceivers1616
PCIe SupportGen2Gen2
Prodigy Connectors----

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S2C Prodigy FPGA Prototyping Logic Module Addresses Designs with Massive Parallel DSP Algorithms

Prodigy KU is well suited for calculation-intensive applications with the most DSP resources of any other board on the market. The prototyping board also boasts 48 GTH transceivers for high-speed communication throughput. This low cost, all-purpose, stand-alone prototyping system is integrated with S2C's market-leading, vast library of prototyping daughter card to quickly build prototype targets.

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