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Design sol'n speeds up FPGA-based prototype dev't

05 Sep 2014

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S2C Inc. has unleashed the latest release of the TAI Player Pro version 5.1 that the company said helps to accelerate prototype development, increase engineering productivity and achieve the maximum performance from your prototype.

The TAI Player Pro is tightly integrated with S2C's family of logic module prototyping systems and provides two major functions. The first is to map a design across one or more FPGAs that includes partitioning, plus managing synthesis and FPGA P&R tools. TAI Player Pro automatically inserts LVDS pin-multiplexing to insure a design can be partitioned across multiple FPGAs and maintain good prototype performance, S2C stated.

TAI Player Pro 5.1

The second function of TAI Player Pro is to monitor and control a running prototype. It provides advanced features such as global clock management, hardware self-test, remote-controlled power-up sequencing, and "Virtual Switches and LEDs", a remote I/O feature that feels like real hardware, geared for simple tasks such as changing a setting or indicating a condition.

TAI Player Pro handles not only single board configurations (single, dual and quad FPGAs) but multi-board configurations that can accommodate the largest of designs. Robust and battle-tested, TAI Player Pro is used in production by more than 200 customers, added the company.

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