Xilinx, Inc. (Nasdaq: XLNX) announced that it will showcase its industry-leading programmable logic solutions for the PCI Express(R) protocol at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF), August 19-21, 2008 in San Francisco. Attendees can see demonstrations based on Xilinx(R) Virtex(R)-5 FPGAs with built-in integrated blocks for low-power GTP transceivers, high-performance GTX transceivers and the PCI Express interface.
Xilinx enables rapid development of PCI Express applications with protocol packs and ready-to-use development kits. The protocol pack for PCI Express applications includes characterization, interoperability, and compliance reports, intellectual property (IP) cores and technical documentation. Xilinx development kits for PCI Express applications come with an out-of-the-box guarantee and includes all the components needed to quickly complete a PCI Express design.
Xilinx will exhibit PCI Express solutions that deliver enhanced system-level performance for a broad range of applications.
- Virtex-5 FXT platform demonstration: 4-lane PCIe 2.0 IP using high performance GTX transceivers demonstrating >10G bandwidth DMA data transfer between the Xilinx FPGA and processor sub-system
- Virtex-5 LXT platform demonstration: High-performance system-level design using built-in blocks for GTP transceivers and 8-lane PCIe 1.0 IP LogiCORE(TM) implementing a 10G application also using the XAUI IP LogiCORE
Intel Developers Forum
August 19-21, 2008
Moscone Center West
San Francisco, CA
Booth # 723 in ‘PCI Express Technology’
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