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FPGA

How Does the FMC (FPGA Mezzanine Card) Standard Measure up Against the PMC/XMC Format White Paper

Interest in reconfigurable embedded computing in the defense and aerospace market has grown significantly as new generations of FPGAs present developers with a level of processing performance and potential I/O bandwidth that cannot easily be matched by conventional CPU configurations.

FMC Mezzanine

Interoperability Considerations Between Different Host FMC and FMC Mezzanine Vendors White Paper

In the same way as one might strip out unnecessary weight in a car aimed for racing, the FMC is a performance solution that strips away unnecessary generic interfaces for direct FPGA driven I/O. But that requires knowledge to achieve the desired performance and to ensure the host and FMC module will work well together. This paper outlines some of the considerations in order to assess and the ensure that the host and module will integrate.

Getting Secure, Intel-Based Solutions to Market Faster White Paper

Why the Hardware Vendor’s Boot Security Implementation Is So Important.

Addressing the Challenges of Lead-free Technology in Mil-Aero Electronics White Paper

The use of lead-free commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) components for advanced technology military applications impacts the industry considerably.

Incorporating FPGA Processing Directly into Ethernet Networks Application Note

Benefits and Implementation of Network Multicast in Embedded Computing Architectures Application Note

fabric40

Fabric40 - An Introduction White Paper

This white paper is the first in a series about the benefits of using 40 Gbps interconnects for use in Defense and Aerospace rugged deployed COTS systems.

Thinking Outside of the Box White Paper

Thinking Outside of the Box White Paper

COTS hardware suppliers solve embedded integration problems every day. By tapping into that expertise, system integrators are freed to better focus on the application space.