Macnica Americas Monthly Newsletter
High performance and flexible network processing without compromise!

 The XpressGX S10-FH800G board is a full height profile PCIe Network Processing board, featuring the Intel® Stratix® 10 GX 2800 KLE FPGA with support for up to 800G Ethernet. Designed to accelerate both general purpose and application-specific tasks that require high bandwidth and low latency. This new high performance board is now in production and commercially available.
Main Features:
  • PCIe Gen3 x16
  • Mix or match up to 4 independent memory banks of compatible DDR4 and QDR2+
  • 4 QSFP-DD optical cages, 10/25/40/100 GbE per QSFP-DD
  • 3 Ultraport Slim SAS connectors for storage solution
  • Board Management Controller (BMC)
Target Applications:
  • Networking acceleration
  • Financial Computing and Communications
  • Data Security
  • High Performance Data Center and Cloud Computing
  • Broadcast and Video

The XpressGX S10-FH800G board is also available in a full turnkey 1U server solution which holds up to 4 boards and has up to 32x 100GbE QSPF28 interfaces.
Think before designing your FPGA-based boards from scratch.
A Critical Link SOM has all of the features that designers usually add to their own designs. So why would you buy a SOM instead of designing one yourself? Simple, it is already done for you! Critical Link SOMs are not reference designs, they are ready for production! The hard part is already done for you! Macnica also offers Critical Link Development Kits which include the SOM, a Base board (or Carrier board) and the software used to develop your product. It is the Carrier Board that is unique to your product and where you focus on in the design. When you purchase a Development Kit, the Carrier Board schematics and PCB layout can be copied and used in your product.

So, who uses SOMs? Companies from Small to Medium to Large, even Fortune 500 Companies. Companies that do not have the technical resources to devote to developing a new product from scratch (Time). Companies that do not have a large R&D budget – cost to develop a new product can be quite high. (Money). Companies that have a short time-to-market window. (Time). Companies that need to develop a proof-of-concept. Basically, anyone and everyone!

This month’s featured SOM from Critical Link is the MitySOM 5CSX.
$100 OFF
Make sure to enter the code
at checkout to save for this and other Critical Link kits on Macnica e-store.
Sony SLVS-EC: You know when you need it! 
Sony’s SLVS-EC (Scalable Low Voltage signaling with Embedded Clock) has quickly established itself as the future of CMOS Sensor Interfacing replacing SLVS and subLVDS as the interface of choice for high-end designs. Many Sony sensors support SLVS-EC exclusively and even other sensor suppliers are starting to adopt this interface as standard.

Macnica offers SVLS-EC Rx IP Cores for multiple FPGA suppliers.
Server on a SOM? Ultra Powerful ARM QorIQ Layerscape Modules
TQ Embedded, known for their precision engineered industrial SOMs, and their in-house process for true long life availability offers new high end powerful ARM Layerscape modules for computing and networking The SOM highlighted here, the TQMLX2160A features:
  • Smaller than a typical smart phone
  • ARM Cortex A72 (QorIQ Lyerscape) with up to 16 cores
  • UP to 2x 100Gb Ethernet and 16x 25Gb Ethernet, 10 GbE and lower
  • 130 Gb/s Ethernet layer 2 switch
  • Up to 2x 32GB DDR4 SDRAM (w/ECC)
  • Up to 24 lanes of PCIe Gen 4 (up to x8 wide)
  • Multiple interfaces of: USB3 OTG, CAN FD, SDIO/eMMC, SATA 3.0, SPI, I2C, Serial, GPIO, RTC…
  • Extended temperature
  • Long term availability
  • Other security and accelerator functions

  • Network Function Virtualization
  • White box switching
  • Intelligent Storage controller
  • 5G packet processing
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