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S2C adds 12 prototype-ready modules to library

05 Feb 2015  | Rob van Blommestein

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S2C reveals the addition of 12 new prototype-ready interface cards and accessories to its over 80 pre-engineered hardware and software components aimed at accelerating the development of System-on-Chip (SoC) prototypes. These new modules enable users to prototype SoC designs with a variety of interfaces and work out-of-box with the S2C's comprehensive family of Logic Modules.

"Our commitment to providing our users with the most comprehensive suite of Prototype Ready interfaces and accessories gives our customers a true advantage over their competitors," said Toshio Nakama, CEO of S2C.

S2C modules

The newly 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 8 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
  • MMCX to SMB conversion
S2C provides a large library of over 80 off-the-shelf interfaces and accessories for its Logic Modules to further speed up and simplify the system prototyping process. 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.




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