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Dual 10GbE AMC packs Virtex-5 FPGA

Posted: 31 Mar 2009 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:AMC module? advanced mezzanine card? Ethernet? FPGA?

V3021 AMC module

AdvancedIO Systems has announced the availability of the V3021 dual-channel 10GbE connectivity and packet processing advanced mezzanine card (AMC) module.

With two front-panel SFP+ ports, the latest Xilinx Virtex-5 FPGA and the addition of SRAM memory, the V3021 offers customers the most 10GbE connectivity in a single slot. The V3021 is optimized for the type of real-time data flow and processing found in applications such as COMINT, ELINT, situational awareness systems, security, and network monitoring and optimization.

The module also features include PCIe x4 or x8 fat pipes. In addition V3021 includes application acceleration IP and user programmability software kits (optional).

"We continue to hear that commercial 10GbE network interface cards (NIC) are failing to address real-time application requirements," noted Rob Kraft, VP of marketing at AdvancedIO. "Our FPGA-based approach allows us to tailor solutions that meet these requirements and offer the flexibility to add customized application-level processing well beyond the capabilities of commercial NICs. Customers trust AdvancedIO to optimize their system and provide them competitive advantage."

The V3021 is the newest member of the V3000 product family and is designed for real-time embedded applications running in MicroTCA and AdvancedTCA platforms. The V3021 facilitates 10Gbit line-rate packet inspection and manipulation via its high-performance architecture. Its software reconfigurability enables a common hardware platform to be used for multiple missions and applications. Additionally, its FPGA-based processing engine allows gate-level control to meet the highest requirements for determinism in both packet and signal processing algorithms.

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