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IRIS Technologies Inc. Launches Two New Stratix IV FPGA-Based Boards
Date:6/16/2010

IRIS Technologies Inc. (www.iris-technologies.net) has released two new boards based on the Altera Stratix® IV 820 devices. These contain the largest FPGA on the market and provide the flexibility for customers to develop and prototype their own products.

Richardson, Texas (PRWEB) June 16, 2010 -- IRIS Technologies Inc. (www.iris-technologies.net) has released two new boards based on the Altera Stratix® IV 820 devices. These contain the largest FPGA on the market and provide the flexibility for customers to develop and prototype their own products.

The first board is the S4 V28S logic board that has a PCI Express x8 interface (Gen 1 or Gen 2) to the host and has two Altera Stratix® IV EP4SE820 FPGAs. The S4 V28S board is ideally suited for ASIC prototyping.

Each S4 V28S logic board provides between up to 30 million ASIC-gate capacity. Each board has one independent trigger input, two independent global clock inputs and two global clock outputs. The board is wired such that each FPGA can drive the clock output to an external sink and to the other FPGA. On the board itself, it is possible to derive and drive over 200 local clocks. The clocking and reset tree is made more flexible when integrated with the IRIS clocking and reset module. The board also contains 5 HSMC connectors, one for daughter card interfaces and 4 for board to board connections or for daughter cards.

The second board is the S4 V8S logic tile. It is a single Altera Stratix® IV EP4SE820 FPGA-based tile board that has 6 HSMC connectors on it. The Tile board has mu
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