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FPGA PCI Express Card Boasts 27 Gbit/s Full Duplex Aggregate I/O

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Sundance has launched its high-performance accelerator card based on the Xilinx XCVU190-2FLGC2104E FPGA. As an option the board can be fitted with lower cost FPGAs in the family, namely XCVU095, XCVU125, and XCVU160. This board is designed for superior data throughput leveraging various industry-standard interfaces, including 8 lanes of PCIe Gen 3, PCIe104 expansion connectors, and CFP4 optical networking. A processing engine with such power must have a matching data throughput for utilizing the entire horsepower.

The processing and IO performance of the board is further enhanced with the option of using 2 Gbytes of Micron's Hybrid Memory Cube (HMC), 8 Gbytes of DDR4 and 18 Mbytes of QDR2+ memory. An HDMI connector and codec allows applications to display images directly with the use of suitable IP cores. The board features additional I/O expansion options using the latest high-speed board-to-board connectors from Samtec. The HPC FMC interface supports 10 GTH transceivers and 72 I/Os. Multiple Samtec Z-Ray interposers provide access to HMC modules and additional 16 GTY transceivers. Each Samtec FireFly Micro Flyover System interface provides copper or optical silicon-to-silicon connectivity via 4 GTY transceivers. Price starts at $19,000 each for volumes under 10.

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