iWave System launches a System on Module powered by Intel’s Stratix 10 SoC FPGA at Nuremberg, Germany on 21st June 2022. This 110mm x 75mm System on Module is compatible with SX andGX series of Stratix 10 SoC FPGA.
“Embedding the high-performance Stratix 10 GX FPGA or Stratix 10 SX SoC into a compact SOM helps in providing high versatility for the Transceiver and FPGA capabilities” said Ahmed Shameem M H, Hardware Project Manager at iWave. “It also helps in drastically reducing the design and development time required for intelligent and complex FPGA solutions.”
Stratix 10 consists of Hyperflex™ FPGA Architecture which is required for a broad range of high performance embedded applications as it provides high performance, adaptability, power efficiency, density and system integration. It features a Hard Processor System (HPS) with a rich set of peripherals like an integrated 64-bit quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 processor, system memory management unit, external memory controllers, and high speed communication interfaces. It has about 48 transceivers that provides 4X serial bandwidths over previous versions.
Key Features of the Module
- Compatible Stratix 10 SoC and FPGAs
- SX850, SX1100, SX1650, SX2100, SX2500 & SX2800
- GX850, GX1100, GX1650, GX2100, GX2500 & GX2800
- Quad ARM Cortex -A53 Core @ 1500MHz
- 32GB eMMC & 1Gbit QSPI Flash
- Hard Floating Point DSP
- 2 x 8GB DDR4 for FPGA (64bit + 64bit) (Upgradable)
- 8GB DDR4 for HPS with ECC (64bit + 8bit) (Upgradable)
- Up to 2753K Logic Cells
- 16 GXT Transceiver Channels up to 28.3Gbps
- 32 GX Transceiver Channels up to 17.4Gbps
- 100 LVDS/200SE FPGA Ios
- On SOM Clock Synthesizer
- Form Factor: 110mm x 75mm
The Stratix 10 SoCs and FPGAs are developed using 14nm Tri-Gate transistor technology which means that the module provides better performance,flexibility and Secure Device Manager (SDM).
The use of SDM in the module makes it an ideal solution for the defense technology and security in almost all the technology fields. Other target markets include HPC & analytics, acceleration, prototyping, high-speed communications, motion control, intelligent vision & video processing, digital signal processing, AI & deep learning, and many more.