Gidel Proc10A FPGA accelerator board | Intel Arria 10 GX or SX 1150 or 660 FPGA | OpenCL, HLS, and Gidel Tool Kit | 1x QSFP, 3x QSFP+, and Gidel PHS
The Proc10A™ system is a flexible, high performance, low-power FPGA platform based on Intel’s powerful Arria 10 FPGA.
With up to fifteen 14.2 Gbs full-duplex transceivers and extensive memory capacity, the Proc10A offers high I/O throughput and high powered on-board processing and data management for low latency for applications such as HPC high performance computing, storage, networking, and high-end imaging. A multi-level memory scheme includes up to 32 GB DDR3 ECC SODIMM, on-board 1 GB DDR3 SDRAM, dedicated FPGA memory blocks (M20K and MLABs), and other memory options.
The Proc10A 8-lane PCIe Gen 3 bridge allows close co-processing between the host CPU and the FPGA accelerator. For tightly-coupled FPGA and CPU processing, Gidel offers the Proc10A SoC family, with an embedded ARM processor based on the Arria 10 SoC FPGAs.
The Proc10A is supported by OpenCL, HLS, and Gidel’s innovative FPGA application development tools, and enables high productivity based on C and HDL designs.
Technical features include
Intel Arria 10 FPGA (GX, SX) 1150 and 660
PCIe x8 Gen 3 Express half length, or stand-alone
Up to 15x 14.2 Gbs reconfigurable transceivers supporting multiple protocols and data rates
Up to 40 GFLOPS per Watt
1x QSFP, 3x QSFP+, and Gidel high-speed connectors (PHS)
Multi-level memory structure (18+ GB) with sustained throughput of 10+ TB/s for internal memories and ~16 GB/s for on-board memory as follows:
Enhanced MLAB (640-bit) SRAM blocks
Up to 2,713 M20K (20K-bit) SRAM blocks (53 Mb) at a typical throughput of 10 TB/s at 450 MHz
1 GB DDR3 on-board memory at a maximum sustained throughput of 4.5 GB/s
2×16 GB DDR3 SoDIMM Banks for maximum sustained throughput of 17 GB/s
On-board user flash (optional)
Typical system frequency: 150-450 MHz
Flexible clocking system
Low power (8-70W)
Supported by Gidel’s Developer’s Kit, OpenCL Board Support Package BSP, and HLS (I++) ASP based on Intel’s SDK