Scalable ASIC Development ToolsASICs by their nature are not one size fits all. Small Small FPGAs target smaller ASIC development projects. Large FPGAs target larger ASIC development projects. The engineers behind proFPGA – a scalable ASIC Development solution provider based in Bruckmühl, Germany – have developed the proFPGA family of FPGA motherboards, modules and systems, The proFPGA system offers a complete, scalable and modular platform ideally suited to the high-performance demands of FPGA-based ASIC Prototyping. Their proFPGA motherboards – consisting of proFPGA uno, proFPGA duo and proFPGA quad – serve as the foundation of the system. Each motherboard supports one or more FPGA modules offering the ultimate flexibility for system prototyping. The proFPGA FPGA Modules support industry-leading FPGA solutions (Xilinx® Virtex® UltraScale™/UltraScale+™, Virtex® 7, Kintex®, Zynq™ and Intel® Stratix®) that easily plug into any one of the motherboard solutions.
VITA 57.1 FMC Connector OptionsThe proFPGA solutions leverage industry-standard VITA 57.1 FMC interconnect options. The FPGA Mezzanine Card (FMC) was developed and ratified by a consortium of FPGA vendors and end-user members of the VITA 57 working group. FMC is an ANSI standard which defines a compact electro-mechanical expansion interface for a daughter card to an FPGA baseboard or another device with reconfigurable I/O capability.
VITA 57.1 FMC Connectors – FPGA Baseboard Side Connector
VITA 57.1 FMC Connectors – Mezzanine Card Side Connector
- HPC Connector, 400 I/O, male, 10mm – ASP-134488-01
- HPC Connector, 400 I/O, male, 8.5mm – ASP-134602-01
- LPC Connector, 160 I/O, male, 10mm – ASP-134604-01
- LPC Connector, 160 I/O, male, 8.5mm – ASP-134606-01
The Application Specific Product (ASP) versions of SEARAY™ adopted by VITA 57.1 and support the growing FMC ecosystem in applications as diverse as high-speed ADCs and DACs, next-generation RF connectivity, high-speed serial memory and high-density fiber optics.
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