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Xilinx launches 200MHz QDR II SRAM memory tool kit

Posted: 25 Jun 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:xilinx? qdrii? sram? memory tool kit? 2vp20-6?

Xilinx Inc. has developed the industry's first programmable 200MHz QDR II SRAM Memory Tool Kit that provides a comprehensive resource for system designers interfacing to QDR II SRAM devices. The tool kit is also fully hardware characterized with 200MHz devices from Samsung.

Leveraging its Virtex-II Pro Platform FPGAs, the company said that 200MHz performance can be easily achieved using mid-speed grade devices, providing substantial development time savings while increasing reliability and reducing time-to-market.

Fully characterized across process, voltage and temperature on a hardware platform, the memory tool kit includes a reference design using innovative patented design techniques providing high design margins to maximize QDR II SRAM system design performance. The reference design, available in Verilog and free of charge from the Xilinx website, uses a modular approach to provide distinct physical layer and controller blocks. This modular design supports any device/package combination, and can be implemented in any Virtex-II Pro device, providing additional flexibility for system designers looking to simplify PCB designs.

The QDR II SRAM memory tool kit promises to provide a one-stop shop for customers interested in implementing QDR II SRAM interface designs, including comprehensive design resources such as reference designs, hardware platforms, schematics and gerber files. Also available to support Virtex-II Series Platform FPGAs, the new tool kit contains a reference design board supporting Xilinx 2VP20-6 devices and Samsung K7R323684M-FC20 QDR II SRAM devices.

The kit is available for $2,900.

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