PCI Express board with Altera FPGAs and SoCs for SIGINT and cyber security introduced by BittWare

CONCORD, N.H., 20 Oct. 2015. BittWare Inc. in Concord, N.H., is introducing the A10P3S 3/4-length PCI Express embedded computing board based on the Altera Arria 10 field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) and systems on chip (SoCs) for network processing and high-performance computing in signals intelligence (SIGINT), cyber security, and data centers.

By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

CONCORD, N.H., 20 Oct. 2015. BittWare Inc. in Concord, N.H., is introducing the A10P3S 3/4-length PCI Express embedded computing board based on the Altera Arria 10 field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) and systems on chip (SoCs) for network processing and high-performance computing in signals intelligence (SIGINT), cyber security, and data centers.

The board offers memory configurations supporting more than 48 gigabytes of memory (with DDR4 and QDR options), clocking and timing options, and four front-panel QSFP cages that support 100 gigabits per second (including 100 Gigabit Ethernet) optical transceivers.

A board management controller (BMC) with host software support for advanced system monitoring simplifies platform management. The board also supports Altera's SDK for OpenCL.

Built on 20-nanometer process technology, Arria 10 FPGAs and SoCs have higher densities, higher performance, and a more power-efficient FPGA fabric than previous generations; they also integrate embedded peripherals, high-speed transceivers to 28 gigabits per second, hard memory controllers, and protocol controllers.

Related: Rugged FPGA boards based on Altera Arria 10 introduced by BittWare for SIGINT and communications

The Arria 10 are the first FPGA to integrate hardened floating-point (IEEE 754-compliant) DSP blocks, delivering floating-point performance to 1.5 trillion floating point operations per second.

For more information contact BittWare online at www.bittware.com.

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