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iWave Systems launches a System on Module based on Intel® Stratix® 10 SOC FPGA at the Embedded World 2022

Nuremberg, Germany 21st June 2022 – iWave Systems unveils the first look of Intel® Stratix® 10 powered System on Module at embedded world 2022. The System on Module is compatible with the SX and GX series of Stratix 10 SoC and FPGA, and available in a form factor of 110mm x 75mm. 

Stratix 10 brings about a revolutionary Intel® Hyperflex™ FPGA Architecture delivering the embedded performance, adaptability, power efficiency, density, and system integration essential for a broad range of high-performance embedded applications. Featuring a hard processor system (HPS) with an integrated 64-bit quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 processor with a feature-rich set of peripherals such as system memory management unit, external memory controllers, and high-speed communication interfaces.

The Stratix® 10 Stems on Module provides for up to 2.7 million logic elements in a monolithic die, up to 48 transceivers deliver 4X serial bandwidth over the previous generation, Hard floating-point DSP enables single-precision operations up to 9.2 TFLOPS. The System on Module is compatible with GX850 to GX2800 and SX850 to SX2800 with a form factor of 110mm x 75mm.

Stratix® 10 SoCs and FPGAs are built using Intel’s 14nm Tri-Gate transistor technology, offering next-level flexibility and user-selected configuration control with the Secure Device Manager (SDM), which provides security to protect sensitive intellectual property (IP) and data in both SoC and FPGA devices. This level of security makes Stratix 10 FPGAs and SoCs an ideal solution for use in military, cloud security and IoT infrastructure, where multi-layered security and partitioned IP protection are dominant.

Key Features of the Module

  • Compatible Stratix 10 SoC and FPGAs 
    • SX850, SX1100, SX1650, SX2100, SX2500 & SX2800
    • GX850, GX1100, GX1650, GX2100, GX2500 & GX2800
  • Quad ARM Cortex -A53 Core @ 1500MHz
  • 32GB eMMC & 1Gbit QSPI Flash 
  •  2 x 8GB DDR4 for FPGA (64bit + 64bit) (Upgradable)
  •  8GB DDR4 for HPS with ECC (64bit + 8bit) (Upgradable)
  • Up to 2753K Logic Cells
  • 16 GXT Transceiver Channels up to 28.3Gbps
  • 32 GX Transceiver Channels up to 17.4Gbps
  • 100 LVDS/200SE FPGA Ios
  • On SOM Clock Synthesizer
  • Form Factor: 110mm x 75mm

“Embedding the high-performance Stratix 10 GX FPGA or Stratix 10 SX SoC into a compact SOM helps in providing high versatility for the Transceiver and FPGA capabilities” said Ahmed Shameem M H, Hardware Project Manager at iWave. “It also helps in drastically reducing the design and development time required for intelligent and complex FPGA solutions.”

Target markets of Stratix® 10 include HPC & analytics, acceleration, prototyping, high-speed communications, motion control, intelligent vision & video processing, digital signal processing, AI & deep learning, and many more.

The Stratix® 10 development kit delivers a complete design variable that includes all software and hardware which can be used to evaluate device features and performance, also to begin the development of hardware and software design.

iWave provides for custom design and manufacturing services around the Stratix® 10 SoC FPGA System on Module, offering all of the hardware, software, and support materials offering a jump-start for application and product development with the Stratix® 10 GX/SX FPGA.

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iWave Systems is an established product engineering company focused on the design and development of a wide range of powerful and flexible FPGA solutions. With over 22 years of diverse experience in the FPGA domain and a strong design-to-deployment competence, iWave strives to transform your ideas into time-to-market products with reliability, cost, and performance balance.

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