S2C Introduces Dual 7V2000T TAI Logic Module
S2C introduced the Dual 7V2000T TAI Logic Module. The Dual V7 TAI Logic Module features two Xilinx 28nm Virtex-7 FPGA devices, up to 40 million ASIC gates of capacity and 1,200 external I/O on a single board. V7 TAI Logic Module is now shipping with XC7VLX2000T-ES FPGAs. The V7 TAI Logic Module can be mounted with either one or two FPGA devices per module. All V7 TAI Logic Modules adopt a similar form factor to support previous generation TAI Logic Module.
The logic and memory capacity of S2C’s 5th generation V7 TAI Logic Module is almost three times the size of S2C’s 4th generation Xilinx Virtex-6 and Altera Stratix-4 FPGA prototyping hardware. The new V7 TAI Logic Module offers higher system prototype performance, reliability and ease-of-use through enhanced remote resource management, power management, clock management and cooling mechanisms. The Dual 7V2000T TAI Logic Module supports all the hardware control functions through both the USB and the new Gigabit Ethernet connections.
The V7 TAI Logic Module series includes new capabilities both on hardware and software side. On hardware side, each board supports up to 32 GTX transceivers on specialized differential connectors, six programmable differential pair clocks capable of running up to 700 MHz, and the ability to remotely control the prototyping hardware through Gigabit Ethernet cable. On the software front, new capabilities include monitoring all on-board global clocks in real time, monitoring and displaying voltage, current and temperature; setting external I/O voltages through software, and provide global reset remotely through software. All V7 TAI Logic Modules are shipped with free TAI Player Pro runtime software that can be run on either Windows or Linux operating systems.
The V7 TAI Logic Modules can run both 2GB of DDR2 and 4GB of DDR3 memory at up to 800 and 1333 MHz respectively. S2C offers a large library of Prototype Ready IP and accessories including High Speed D/A and A/D, PCIe, Gigabit Ethernet, MIPI, SATA, ARM, SRAM, DDR2/3, Flash, TV Decoder/Encoder, Audio and DVI to further accelerate user’s development of rapid FPGA based prototypes.
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