S2C has introduced the Quad 10M Prodigy Logic System equipped with four Stratix 10 GX 10M FPGA devices. The Stratix 10 GX 10M FPGA is the largest capacity FPGA device with 10.2 million Logic Elements and 3456 DSP blocks. The new prototyping system delivers an astounding 300 million equivalent ASIC gates with an attractive cost-per-gate pricing.
Highlights of the Quad 10M Prodigy Logic System include:
- Large capacity and scalability with 40.8 million Logic Elements, 1,012 Mb memory and 13824 DSP blocks;
- 4608 high-performance I/Os for inter FPGA connections and daughter cards;
- 160 high-speed transceivers that can run up to 16 Gbps;
- Compatible with 90+ Prodigy Prototype Ready IPs;
- Integrated Multi-Debug Module;
- Compact, sleek, all-in-one chassis for clean, portable, and well-organized work environment.
The increasing scale of SoC design demands a greater FPGA prototyping capacity in pre-silicon verifications. The Quad 10M Prodigy Logic System is equipped with four Intel 10M FPGA devices in a single chassis with unified power and control module. The newly designed control module has built-in debug hardware to enable high-performance deep trace capability for multiple FPGAs without extra peripherals. Enhanced partitioning tools can perform automatic intra-FPGA partition with DIB insertion between 10M dies and inter-FPGA partition using pin multiplexing over multiple FPGAs. The elegant systems design creates the fusion of complexity and easy-to-use.
The Quad 10M Prodigy Logic Systems work seamlessly with other Prodigy prototyping components such as Prodigy Player Pro™ software, Prodigy Multi-Debug Module and Prodigy ProtoBridge™ to provide unrivaled configuration, partitioning, deep-trace debug and co-modeling capabilities.
"We continue to deliver the highest capacity and easiest-to-use rapid prototyping solutions," commented Toshio Nakama, CEO of S2C. "We are pleased to introduce Quad 10M Prodigy Logic System, the largest capacity ever in our Prodigy product family, to address the silicon development for data center, 5G wireless communication and autonomous driving."