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S2C Prodigy Logic System

Prodigy Logic System

S2C's FPGA Prototyping system has been on the market since 2004 and has since been widely adopted by many leading SoC/ASIC design companies. The Prodigy Logic System series is a compact, sleek, and all-in-one design for maximum flexibility, durability, and portability. The Prodigy Logic Systems are based on Xilinx and Intel FPGA devices. Advantages of using S2C's Prodigy Logic Systems include:


  • Modular all-in-one design offering the highest flexibility and performance

  • Abundant prototyping tools support (partition and debugging) to speed up the prototype bring-up time

  • Easy to reconfigure and to stack for reuse  over multiple projects

  • Comprehensive portfolio of Prototype Ready IP daughter cards and interface accessories


Xilinx-based Prototyping Solutions

Prodigy S7 Series (Virtex UltraScale+)

Prodigy S7 Series (Virtex UltraScale+)

The 7th generation SoC/ASIC prototyping from S2C, the Prodigy S7 series Logic Systems, is equipped with Xilinx's VirtexR UltraScale+™ FPGA devices. The Prodigy S7 Series Logic Systems are available in the following versions: XCVU19P, XCVU13P and XCVU9P.
Virtex UltraScale Series

Virtex UltraScale Series

S2C's Virtex UltraScale (VU) Prodigy Logic Systems are built on the Virtex UltraScale XCVU440 FPGA from Xilinx.

Intel-based Prototyping Solutions

Stratix 10 Series

Stratix 10 Series

S2C's Stratix 10 Prodigy Logic Systems offers easy and cost-effective path to higher density FPGA. The Stratix10 Prodigy Logic Systems are available in the following FPGAs: Stratix 10GX2800 and GX10M.
Arria 10

Arria 10

S2C's Arria 10 Prodigy Logic systems offers low-profile chassis design with Intel Arria 10GX1150 FPGA.

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S2C Accelerates Billion Gate FPGA Prototyping with Xilinx Virtex UltraScale+ VU19P Based Systems

With a high logic gate count to total resources ratio, Xilinx's Virtex UltraScale+ VU19P is the highest density FPGA offered by Xilinx and is optimal for ASIC and SOC prototyping. Manufactured on TSMC's 16nm process technology, the VU19P is 1.6X larger and 30% faster than its highly popular 20nm predecessor the Virtex UltraScale 440. Leveraging four VU19P FPGAs.

S2C delivers new Prodigy FPGA prototyping solutions with the industry's highest capacity FPGA from Intel

The Single S10 10M Prodigy Logic System is shipping immediately and delivers the highest logic density and I/O count for a single FPGA system and is expected to significantly accelerate system validation and software development for complex designs. The Stratix 10 GX 10M FPGA is the newest addition to Intel's 14nm Stratix 10 family and features up to 10.2 million Logic Elements.

How Prodigy logic system speeds system validation of complex SoC designs

Using the Stratix 10 GX 10M FPGA will significantly increase current SoC/ASIC design prototyping capacity, simplify the prototyping process, and achieve a much lower cost per gate. the Single S10 10M Prodigy Logic System marks S2C's strong commitment to delivering the best prototyping solutions to accelerate their software development and design validation.

How S2C Prodigy rapid FPGA prototyping solution with unsurpassed capacity and scalability

S10 System comes enclosed in a unique low-profile modular chassis that fits all components: FPGA board, extendable power control module, and power supply into a single unit for maximum flexibility, durability, and portability. It provides easy and cost-effective path to future higher density FPGA.

Paving the Way to Digital Innovation
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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
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Which FPGA do you prefer to use?
Xilinx VU440
Xilinx KU115
Xilinx VU19P
Xilinx VU13P
Xilinx VU9P
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Intel S10-2800
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Single FPGA
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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)
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6-12 months
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