S2C takes FPGA Protoyping to the Cloud: Prodigy Complete Prototyping Platform handles projects of “any” size | Xilinx
Apr 21, 2015
by Xilinx Employee  04-21-2015 02:49 PM - edited 04-21-2015 02:52 PM


If you want to develop an FPGA Prototyping system that can handle any design size across multiple geographical locations, you’d better have big plans. That word—big—defines S2C’s just-announced Prodigy Complete Prototyping Platform, which consists of several existing components:

 

  • Prodigy Logic Modules: FPGA-based prototyping boards. For example, see the TAI Logic Modules (now renamed Prodigy Logic Modules) based on Xilinx Virtex-7 2000T 3D FPGAs ("TAI Player Pro 5.1 prototyping tool automatically partitions very large designs across multiple Virtex-7 3D FPGAs.")
  • Prodigy Player Pro 5.1: a system that can partition a design across multiple FPGAs and multiple boards filled with FPGAs
  • Prodigy ProtoBridge AXI: links system-level simulation environments to FPGA-based prototyping.
  • An extensive library of more than 80 Prodigy Prototype Ready IP components including interfaces and accessory modules

 

 

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Many of these components existed before under the S2C name "TAI".  What's really new is the plan to manage these large prototyping systems using a yet-to-be announced cloud-based application that can handle designs as large as 1 billion gates. S2C also plans to announce unprecedented debug capabilities that will allow for multi-FPGA, deep trace debugging.

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