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TECHWAY releases cost-effective PCIe carrier-boards with VITA 57.4 site based on Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ System-on-Chip (SoC)

Save cost and reduce integration time of SoC technology thanks to Zynq UltraScale+ PCIe platforms

TECHWAY, specialist in high-speed signal and video acquisition, announces new PCIe SoC platforms with an FMC+ site, called PFP-ZU+ that are based on Xilinx MPSoC devices.

TECHWAY has 12+ years of development experience in Xilinx FPGA-based PCIe platforms with FMC/FMC+ interfaces. Thanks to our know-how, we offer cost-effective solutions to help bring the SoC technology into industrial applications.

The platforms are 100% compliant with the FMC+ standard, PFP-ZU+ fit all VITA 57.1 and VITA 57.4 mezzanine cards. Thanks to this compliance, PFP-ZU+ can serve any protocols and interfaces. As a multi-purpose board, PFP-ZU+ is a “swiss-knife” for real-time applications.

The boards are a perfect fit for system integrators who are looking for reducing development time thanks to ready-to-integrate boards.

The PFP-ZU+’s versatility comes from useful features including a fully FMC+ site, DDR4 and RLDRAM2 memories, multiple boot options, etc. Users can access multiple interfaces (Ethernet, Display Port, USB) from the ARM-based Processing System, allowing to easily design stand-alone equipment without PC host.

A new FireFly™ module, available in option, allows high-speed optical communication. This module provides a direct and easy access to data.

PFP-ZU+ is the perfect match between real-time multi-core ARM processors and high-performance UltraScale+ programmable logic. PFP-ZU+ features the Xilinx ZU7CG or ZU11EG devices to optimize performance/price ratio for high-end applications.

PFP-ZU+ can be easily used in a standard PC environment with full development kit available for both Windows and Linux or in your own enclosure as a stand-alone equipment.

More information about TECHWAY PFP-ZU+ platforms, please visit: https://www.techway.fr/portfolio/zynq-ultrascale-pcie-fpga-processor/?lang=en

About TECHWAY

TECHWAY develops advanced solutions for video and signal processing.

Our ambition is to ease the use of complex technologies by offering pre-integrated solutions to reduce their integration system costs.

More information on our website: www.techway.com

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