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SoC FPGAs are semiconductor devices that combine programmable logic with hard processor cores, such as those found in Arm processors. This design combines the simplicity of programming a processor with the performance and flexibility of a programmable logic fabric.
FPGA technology is continually improving, notably in terms of logic density and speed. System on a Chip (SoC) FPGA devices is among the most recent advancements in the FPGA market. On the same device, an SoC FPGA combines a hard CPU core with programmable logic.
Despite the fact that they all use a hard 32-bit ARM processor and programmable logic, the architectures presented have significant variances.
The Global SoC FPGA Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
The freshly released VTR-X-8K board from SOC Xilinx is a flexible FPGA PCIe card with two Zynq-7045 FPGAs and 40GB of DDR3 memory. To expand the FPGA and DDR capacity of the VTR-X-8K, an SoM module with another Zynq-7045 or Xilinx Ultrascale FPGA may be installed.
The VTR-I-8K board from SOC Altera is a flexible FPGA PCIe card featuring an Intel Arria-10 SX660 FPGA and 20GB of DDR3 memory. To expand the FPGA and DDR capacity of the VTR-I-8K, an SoM module with another SX660 or larger FPGA may be installed.
The VTR-I-8K/VTR-X-8K can be used with or without SOC I/O drivers, however, the SOC driver software makes the board ready to use (plug-and-play), saving the user time significantly.
The SOC PCIe FPGA firmware and host PCIe driver is a comprehensive solution that allows communication between the host and the VTR-I/8K/VTR-X-8K card’s FPGAs.
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