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S2C expands prototype-ready interface portfolio

04 Feb 2015

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S2C Inc., a provider of FPGA-based prototyping solutions, has unveiled 12 prototype-ready interface cards and accessories as the latest additions to its library of more than 80 pre-engineered hardware and software components. The modules allow users to speed up prototype SoC designs with various interfaces and work out-of-box with the S2C's line-up of logic modules.

According to the company, the pre-engineered solutions enable users to focus on SoC prototype development and product differentiation to gain an edge in today's competitive markets.

The recently released prototype ready interfaces and accessories include modules for: multi-function flash memory, DisplayPort for high-speed digital link, debug extension for added S2C debug module support, GTX splitter to separate eight channels into two sets of four channels, USB 2.0 to enable designs to interface to two USB2.0 OTG, general peripherals, RS232 interface, GPIO extension for general debug and test, smart power of power sequencing and remote power recycling, FMC mezzanine interfaces, system clock control and MMCX to SMB conversion.

Accessory modules are supplied as daughter boards that plug into the S2C logic modules, providing pre-tested interfaces and reference design flows for easy bring-up. The library is sectioned into six categories for easy reference. The table below summarises the six categories and provides some examples of interfaces and accessories that S2C provides.

Prototype-ready categories

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