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Memory Modules

Prodigy DDR4 Memory Module

Prodigy DDR4 Memory Module

  • Provides one 72 bits DDR4 SODIMM socket.

  • Provides one push button and three LEDs.

  • Occupies one Prodigy I/O connector.



Prodigy DDR4 Memory Module for Single VU

  • Provides one 72 bits DDR4 SODIMM socket.

  • Provides one push button and three LEDs.

  • Dedicated to design for J4 connector of Single VU440 LM.

  • Occupies one Prodigy I/O connector.



Prodigy 18MB SRAM Module

Prodigy 18MB SRAM Module

  • Contains two 72Mbit ‘NO WAIT’ state bus SRAMs.

  • Memory width selectable as 36 or 72-bit.

  • Fast access frequency up to 117MHz.

  • SRAM IO voltage is +1.8V.

  • Occupies one Prodigy I/O connector.



Prodigy DDR3 Memory Module for Single VU

Prodigy DDR3 Memory Module for Single VU

  • Provides one 64bit DDR3 SODIMM Socket.

  • Provides one push button and three LEDs.

  • Occupies one Prodigy I/O connector.



Prodigy DDR3 Memory Module

Prodigy DDR3 Memory Module

  • Provides one 64bit DDR3 SODIMM Socket.

  • Provides one push button and three LEDs.

  • Occupies one Prodigy I/O connector.

  • Requires only a single 3.3V Power Supply.



Prodigy DDR4 Memory Module Type D

Prodigy DDR4 Memory Module Type D

  • Provides one 64-bits, single rank, 4GB capacity DDR4 memory.

  • Provides on board 100MHz LVDS Oscillator for DDR4 system clock.

  • Supports external DDR4 system clock through MMCX.

  • Provides one push button and three LEDs.

  • Occupies one Prodigy I/O connector.

  • Support self-powered mode.



Prodigy DDR3 Memory Module Type B

Prodigy DDR3 Memory Module Type B

  • Proivde one 64-bits, single rank, 4GB capacity DDR3 memory.

  • Provides one push button and three LEDs.

  • Occupies one Prodigy I/O connector.

  • Supports self-powered mode and external 3.3V power supply.



Prodigy eMMC Memory Module

Prodigy eMMC Memory Module

  • JEDEC/MMC standard version 5.0 compliant, MMC V4.41 compatible, and fully backward compatible with previous Multi-Media Card system.

  • Support high priority interrupt scheme and back ground operation.

  • Default data bus width is 1-bit, can be configure to 4-bit or 8-bit.

  • Provides four LEDs and two push-buttons.

  • Occupies one Prodigy I/O connector.



Prodigy DDR4 Memory Module Type B for Single VU

Prodigy DDR4 Memory Module Type B for Single VU

  • Provides one 72 bits DDR4 SODIMM socket.

  • Provides one push button and three LEDs.

  • Dedicated to design for J6 connector of Single VU440 LM.

  • Occupies one Prodigy I/O connector.



1GB DDR3 Memory Module for K7 Logic Modules

1GB DDR3 Memory Module for K7 Logic Modules

  • Provides two Micron MT41J256M16HA-125 or equivalent DDR3 SDRAM devices

  • Provides on-board 200MHz system clock

  • Run on I/O voltage 1.5V

  • Dedicated to design for J4 connector on Kintex-7 TAI LM

  • Single external 3.3V power source with on-board voltage regulators

  • Occupies one LM I/O connector



Prodigy RLDRAM3 Memory Module

  • Prodigy RLDRAM3 Memory Module



Prodigy DDR4 Memory Module Type E

Prodigy DDR4 Memory Module Type E

  • Provides one SODIMM socket, supports dual rank, 72-bit ECC DDR4.

  • Provides one on-board 200MHz LVDS oscillator.

  • Provides one push button and three LEDs.

  • Occupies one Prodigy I/O connector.

  • No External power supply needed.



8GB DDR3 Pre-tested SO-DIMM Memory Module



8GB DDR4 Pre-tested SO-DIMM Memory Module



8GB DDR4 Pre-tested SO-DIMM Memory Module



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What type of chip are you designing
What is the capacity of the ASIC gate included in the design?
5 million-20 million
20 million-50 million
50 million-100 million
100 million-1 billion
More than 1 billion
Which FPGA do you prefer to use?
Xilinx VU440
Xilinx KU115
Xilinx VU19P
Xilinx VU13P
Xilinx VU9P
Intel S10-10M
Intel S10-2800
Not sure, need professional advice
What kind of FPGA configuration do you need?
Single FPGA
Dual FPGA
Four FPGAs
Eight FPGAs
Not sure, need professional advice
What kind of peripheral interface do you need?
How many prototype verification platforms do you need?
Do you need the following tools?
Segmentation tool
Multiple FPGA debugging tools
Co-modeling tool (allows large amounts of data to interact between FPGA and PC host)
When do you need to use our products?
0-6 months
6-12 months
More than 12 months
Not sure
Any additional comments?