Today (20), S2C announced the launch of its new S10 10M Prodigy logic system based on Intel Stratix 10 GX 10M FPGAs, including single, dual and quad FPGAs.
The Stratix 10 GX 10M FPGA is the latest addition to the Intel 14nm Stratix 10 family with up to 10.2 million logic cells. A single FPGA supports up to 80 million gates of ASIC design, simplifying prototyping for complex designs.
The Prodigy logic system is modular and integrated, out of the box, greatly reducing the time required for prototyping. The complete Player Pro prototyping software simplifies the Quartus-based FPGA compilation process and reduces prototyping time.
In addition, design debugging has been accelerated due to the support of the deep debug module Prodigy MDM. A rich plug-and-play application daughter card library to help quickly build a target prototype system.
The single S10 10M Prodigy logic system is optimized and tuned to ensure signal integrity and achieve optimal performance. Its general purpose I/O rates support up to 1.4 Gbps and high speed transceivers up to 16 Gbps. Rich remote management capabilities via USB or Ethernet interfaces, including FPGA configuration, remote on/off/restart, virtual UART, system monitoring, and Prodigy application daughter card auto-recognition and remote testing.
The S10 10M Prodigy Logic System is part of the S2C Prodigy one-stop prototyping solution that works seamlessly with Prodigy Player ProTM software, Prodigy MDM multi-FPGA deep debug module and Prodigy ProtoBridge to accelerate prototyping verification and software development.
Mr. Lin Junxiong, CEO of S2C, said that Intel's Stratix 10 GX 10M FPGAs are about 2.5 times the capacity of the largest commercial FPGAs on the market, and may be the highest capacity FPGAs in the next two to three years.
It is reported that S2C is now accepting orders for a single S10 10M Prodigy logic system. The single S10 10M Prodigy logic system is available now.