At Embedded World 2013, Reflex CES, a provider of custom embedded and complex systems, will highlight its System-on-Module (SOM) design expertise with a video, and demonstrate its new FPP25 FPGA prototyping platform, rugged embedded systems, and new high-speed data recorders.
What: Video and Demonstrations at Embedded World
SoC FPGA-based SoM
Reflex CES uses its expertise in SoM solutions based on FPGA and SoCs to accelerate its customers’ design productivity. A video demonstration based on a SoC module and an evaluation board using a Xilinx Zynq FPGA will highlight the company’s baseboard design, custom embedded design (system, board, firmware and software) and manufacturing capabilities.
Fast Prototyping Platform
The Reflex CES FPP25 platform offers a fast ASIC/SOC prototyping platform based on Xilinx Virtex-7 2000T FPGAs and automatic partitioning for emulating designs of up to 25-million ASIC gates using a stand-alone system. It gives design engineers an easy-to-use, next generation platform to speed up validation and verification of their complex, high-density digital designs.
Reflex CES will showcase examples of customizable embedded systems that use rugged VPX and CompactPCI boards.
High-Speed Data Recorders
Reflex CES will demonstrate high-speed data recorders based on PCIe x8 GEN 2 architecture with customizable and removable cartridges. The recorders target laboratory developed rugged embedded systems used for video, telecommunications or custom data recording. They offer 1.6GBps of bandwidth in recording mode and fit in a large range of acquisition boards using PCIe bus interfaces.
Video and Demonstrations:
10:00 to 18:30, Tuesday, February 26
10:00 to 18:00, Wednesday, February 27
10:00 to 16:00, Thursday, February 28
NürnbergMesse, Hall 1, Booth 1-103
Information and Registration
To schedule a meeting with Reflex CES, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about Reflex CES, please visit www.reflexces.com
To register for Embedded World, please visit www.embedded-world.de/en
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