SAN FRANCISCOTokyo Electron Device Ltd. (TED) announced Wednesday (March 18) the release of inrevium TB-5V-SX95T4-HSC, a Quad Virtex-5 FPGA high-speed computing platform.
According to the company, the inrevium TB-5V-SX95T4-HSC features four Xilinx Virtex-5 SX95T FPGAs and can realize high-speed and more complex processing.
The inrevium TB-5V-SX95T4-HSC targets academic, corporate and other research institutions that require ultra-high-speed computing for research and development in fields such as astronomical and meteorological observations, DNA analysis, aerodynamics, and large-scale graphics algorithms, according to
TED (Yokohama, Japan).
According to TED, TB-5V-SX95T4-HSC features include:
Xilinx XC5VSX95T-1FFG1136C x 4
512Mbit DDR2-SDRAM (8Mwords x 16 bits x 4 banks) x 8
256Mbit Flash memory (32M - 8bits) x 1
GTP connectors 4ch x 4
Type-A Expansion I/O connectors 120pin (I/O 119pin) x 4
Type-B Expansion I/O connectors 100pin (I/O 42pin) x 4
Serial port: RS-232C - 1
Reference designs: DDR2 SDRAM controller design, GTP Tx and
The inrevium TB-5V-SX95T4-HSC is available now through distributors, TED said. Pricing information was not provided, but the company invited interested parties to contact its sales department.