Intel Arria 10 with SoC Low-Profile PCIe with Dual QSFP+ and DDR4
Intel Arria 10 SoC SX 660
2x QSFP+ for 10/40Gbps
Embedded BSP (ARM)
The 385A-SoC™ low profile accelerator card provides a powerful computing and I/O platform for FPGA and ARM-based development and deployment across a range of application areas including high performance computing, image processing, and network analytics.
Intel Arria 10 SX
660 SX in F34 package
Core speed grade -2
Flash memory for booting FPGA
One bank of DDR4 SDRAM x 72 for FPGA fabric, 4GB @ 2133MT/s
One bank of DDR4 SDRAM x 40 for ARM processor, 2GB @ 2133MT/s
x8 Gen3 interface direct to FPGA
2 QSFP+ cages on front panel connected directly to FPGA via 8 transceivers
User programmable low jitter clocking supporting 10/40 GbE
Each QSFP can be independently clocked
Network recovered with jitter attenuation
QSFP clocking: user programmable, or CPRI, 1GbE
External clock input, 1PPS input
Power supply monitoring and reporting
On-board Altera USB Blaster
Fault condition reporting to FPGA
Standard: single-width active heatsink (embedded fan)
Optional: single-width passive heatsink
On-board power derived from 12V PCIe slot
Power dissipation is application dependent
Operating temperature: 5°C to 35°C
Manufactured to ISO9001:2008 IPC-A-610-Class
Half-height, half-length PCIe single-slot board
2.713 x 6.6 inches (68.9 x 167.6 mm)
BIST – Built-In Self-Test for CentOS 7 provided with source code (pinout, gateware, PCIe driver & host test application)
Supported design flows – Quartus Prime Pro (HDL, Verilog, VHDL, etc.)
385A-SoC FPGA board
Built-In Self-Test (BIST)
Full and half-height PCI back plates available
1-year access to online Developer Site
1-year hardware warranty
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