Embedded World: ReFLEX CES Introduces the 1st Arria 10 SoC System-On-Module, Named “Achilles”
ReFLEX CES, a leading European-based provider of custom embedded and complex systems, will showcase its expertise in the design and manufacturing of complex FPGA boards at the Embedded World tradeshow. Highlights of the stand include Networking & Processing FPGA boards, Instant-DevKits, OpenCL demos and the new Achilles System-On-Module.
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Achilles Arria 10 SoC module
The Embedded World tradeshow provides the perfect platform for ReFLEX CES to reveal how it is further extending its proven position as a key provider of SoC FPGA-based solutions.
Special highlight – Achilles FPGA SoC
ReFLEX CES is highlighting at this exhibition its new Achilles (Arria 10 SoC) System-On-Module, offering four standardized FMC interfaces to give users a unique, flexible, fast designing high-end solution. The biggest density FPGA-SoC device, an excellent signal integrity, an unequal number of IOs and some other features provides developers the best in class experience.
Achilles is targeting a wide range of markets including Video Broadcast, Intelligent and Machine Vision, High end Industrial, Military, Test & Measurement and Medical.
A CANBus demo will be hold on the booth based on Achilles Arria 10 SoC System-On-Module integrating the CAN IP to support various Industrial applications.
ReFLEX CES will also highlight its two Low Profile PCIe Network Processing FPGA Board. The XpressGXA10-LP1150 FPGA board with an Altera (Intel PSG) Arria 10 GX FPGA, and the XpressVUP-LP9PT with a Virtex UltraScale+ FPGA. They both are designed for HPC, Finance and Networking applications, the XpressGXA10 being specialized in Ultra Low latency applications.
ReFLEX CES will in addition demonstrate its OpenCL BSP Reference Designs
on its Arria 10 GX PCIe board like High Performance Computing (HPC) and
also 10G MAC (for Low Latency applications).
This offers users like Software engineers who are not familiar to FPGAs and their design flow, a quick and easy way of implementing complex parallel algorithms on a 100% FPGA accelerator target.
Leveraging the benefits of leading edge process technologies, proven transceiver and memory interface technology, the FPGA technology provides an unprecedented level of system bandwidth with superior signal integrity. Combined with the ReFLEX CES’ experience, the produced boards guarantees customers a continuous access to the best on the market.
To schedule a meeting with ReFLEX CES, please email email@example.com.
About Reflex CES
Recognized for its expertise in high-speed applications, analog and
hardened systems, ReFLEX CES has become a leading partner with major
ReFLEX CES simplifies the adoption of FPGA technology with its leading edge FPGA-based custom embedded and complex systems. ReFLEX CES FPGA network platforms enables a better flexibility and ease of programming, offering a faster and most powerful board, and reducing the customers’ technology risks.
For more information, visit http://reflexces.com
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