S2C has announced the availability of its new Prodigy S7 Series Logic Systems equipped with Xilinx’s Virtex UltraScale+™ FPGA devices. The Prodigy S7 is S2C’s 7th generation prototyping system designed and optimized for maximum performance and ease-of-use. With high DSP-to-logic and high memory-to-logic ratio, this family is the ideal platform for prototyping high-speed connectivity and […]
S2C has announced the availability of its new S10 10M Prodigy Logic System family based on Intel Stratix 10 GX 10M FPGA which will be available in Single, Dual and Quad FPGA configurations. The Single S10 10M Prodigy Logic System is shipping immediately and delivers the highest logic density and I/O count for a single […]
S2C Inc., a worldwide leader of FPGA-based prototyping solutions for today’s innovative designs, announced today the addition of 8 new Prototype Ready interface cards and accessories to its…
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S2C, Inc., a provider of FPGA-based rapid prototyping solutions, has announced the availability of its Dual VU440 Prodigy Logic Module that supports the latest Xilinx Virtex UltraScale (VU) 440 FPGA. The Dual VU440 Prodigy LM is an all-purpose FPGA prototyping system comprised of a single board. The Dual VU LM’s exceptional compact size (280mm * […]
S2C, Inc., a provider of FPGA-based rapid prototyping solutions, has announced the availability of its Quad KU115 Prodigy Logic Module that supports the Xilinx Kintex UltraScale 115 FPGA. This latest addition to S2C’s Prodigy Logic Module family is aimed at complex and varied DSP algorithm development and is ideal for applications such as voice processing, graphics imaging, […]
S2C Inc., a SoC/ASIC rapid prototyping solutions provider, announced that its ProtoBridge™ AXI now supports AXI-4 protocol with flexible bus width at an improved data transmission speed. Protobridge AXI is an FPGA-accelerated verification tool that enables designers to read and write data from computers to AXI-based designs mapped to FPGA-based prototypes. By utilizing a rich […]