XMC Card suits sensor interface applications.
August 29, 2013 -
Based on sFPDP IP core which is optimized for Xilinx Virtex 6 LX75T, quad-channel Titan Serial FPDP XMC supports link speeds up to 4.25 Gbaud and is fully compliant with VITA 17.1 Serial FPDP specification. Card's x8 PCI Express interface to host processor allows high bandwidth for full channel utilization, up to 425 MBps per sFPDP channel. Operating from -40 to +85°C, card includes 1 GB DDR3 SDRAM buffer memory for use as ultra-deep FIFO in applications needing data stream elasticity.
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Galleon Embedded Computing LLC
2210 Morning Park Drive
Katy, TX, 77494
Galleon Embedded Computing Serial FPDP XMC
Katy, TX, -- Galleon Embedded Computing LLC (http://www.galleonec.com) is now shipping the Titan Serial FPDP XMC, a Xilinx Virtex-6 based Quad Channel sFPDP interface card for high performance sensor interface applications. With Galleon’s Serial FPDP IP core, the Titan supports link speeds up to 4.25Gbaud, and is fully compliant with the VITA 17.1 Serial FPDP specification.
“The Titan Serial FPDP XMC is designed to address the most demanding applications while keeping a close eye on the cost and power budgets. The Titan is designed as a native XMC card, which makes it suitable for a wide range of applications. The Titan can easily be integrated in systems based on PCI Express backbones, such as VME and VPX processing boards, cPCI and PCIe card edge based systems.” says Terje Melsom, CTO at Galleon Embedded Computing. “Typical applications are radar and medical imaging, where there is a need to move large amounts of streaming data between processing nodes.”
A x8 PCI Express interface to the host processor allows high bandwidth for full channel utilization, up to 425MB/s per sFPDP channel. An onboard 1GB DDR3 SDRAM buffer memory is provided for use as an ultra-deep FIFO in applictions needing data stream elasticity. The sFPDP IP core is optimized for Xilinx Virtex 6 LX75T providing maximum performance in a power and cost optimized FPGA.
Several variants for front and rear I/O are available, including a model with recessed optical transceivers for internal optical cabling in conduction cooled systems with no front panel I/O.
The Titan Serial FPDP XMC is available in conduction cooled and air cooled variants, supporting full range -40°C to +85°C operational temperature range. The XCC is tested according to MIL-STD-810.
Volume pricing starts at USD 3,995.
Further product information and data sheet available at: http://www.galleonec.com
About Galleon Embedded Computing
Galleon Embedded Computing is an innovative leader in development of high-performance, high-quality storage solutions and small rugged data recorders. Galleon’s offerings span from commercial grade products for benign environments to ruggedized conduction cooled products for deployed systems in severe environments.
Galleon Embedded Computing has product development and system integration facilities in Katy, TX, USA, Munich, Germany and Oslo, Norway. Customer satisfaction and uncompromised product quality is key to Galleon’s highly qualified staff with long experience from the military and aerospace markets. Galleon is in the process of achieving Aerospace Standard AS9100 and ISO 9001 certifications. Galleon Embedded Computing is a member of VITA.
Please visit www.galleonec.com for further information.
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