PROCStar II 60
4 x STRATIX-II 60
The PROCStar IITM system provides a high-capacity, high-speed FPGA-based platform. The memory, DSPs and add-on-boards flexible architecture enable the system to meet almost any needs. The cost / performance envelope makes it also suitable for production requirements. The PROCStar II system, with GiDEL's PROCDeveloper's Kit, offers an incredible performance & improvement in time-to-market. It is done by eliminating the need for board design, the PCI application driver, board constraints and environment FPGA code. The generated HDL code enables high speed, easy-to-use parallel access to large memories. This enables designers to focus on their proprietary value-added design and not spend their valuable effort to re-create standard design components.
Up to 4 ALTERA Stratix II 60 to 180 FPGAs.
PCI 32/64, 33/66 with 16 DMAs @ ~430MHz sustain rate.
Five level memory structure (over 2.5GB):
Up to 3720 M512 RAM blocks (32 x 18 bits).
Up to 3072 M4K RAM blocks (128 x 36 bits).
Up to 36 MegaRAM blocks (4K x 144 bits).
Up to 8 large memories 64MB DDR II
with up to10 GB/s sustain access for up to 128 ports.
2 DDR II SODIMMs up to 1GB each.
With up to 5 GB/s sustain access for up to 32 ports.
Up to 5 PSDBs (ProcStar II Daughter Boards):
Camera Links, machine I/Os and other interfaces.
Up to 12 TMS320C64 DSPs, 64MB each (on PSDBs).
Typical system frequencies: 100-300 Mhz.
Flexible clocking system.
Up to 695 available I/Os.
Expandable system: up to 96 DDR II I/Os between
PROCStar II boards.
Up to 660 Gbits per second connectivity between FPGAs.
Supported by GiDELs PROC Developer's Kit.
Leading edge performance.
Maximum flexibility to fit customer needs.
Cuts development cycle time and budget.
Long life cycle.
Vision, imaging & image recognition.
System hardware acceleration.
Algorithm design and verification.
Aerospace and military systems.
PROCStar II boards can be easily re-configured by user's software. The re-configuration is accomplished simply by closing the current class object and opening a new application driver object. The board can alternatively be re-configured by calling the Load_IC method or using the PROCWizard development tool in order to merely replace a specific device.
The application drivers are automatically generated by PROCWizard.
The rapid parallel access to on-board DRAM and DDR II memories can also be reconfigured using the PROC Multiport controller.