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Stratix 10 FPGA: REFLEX CES Adds 26G Acceleration Hardware to the "XpressGXS10-FH200G" Line Already Shipping


, a leading European-based provider of custom embedded systems
and High-End FPGA COTS boards, has added a 26G version to the Stratix10
XpressGXS10-FH200G line of hardware , based on the latest Intel PSG
technology, Stratix 10 GX and SoC.

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XpressGXS10-FH200G board (Paris: REFLEX CES)

XpressGXS10-FH200G board (Paris: REFLEX CES)

REFLEX CES was the first 3rd party partner of IntelPSG to
ship Stratix 10 GX and SoC compatible boards, which target various
market needs and applications. The XpressGXS10-FH200G is one of five
Stratix10 lines already shipping in 2018, and more S10 options are on
the roadmap for the rest of the year. XpressGXS10-FH200G started
shipping in September 2017 and is now in stock, ready for shipment, in
both 17G and 26G versions with production FPGA devices.

This board features the largest Stratix 10 GX device with 2800 KLE and
is designed for processing intensive and various data algorithms thanks
to its mix of memory capabilities in DDR4 and QDR2+. The hardware has an
optical interface capability of 200GbE via two QSFP28 cages and supports
PCIe GEN3 x16. It also features Firefly connections offering an
additional 200Gbit board-to-board interface. The board is delivered with
a custom 1 slot PCIe passive heat-sink – a unique solution on the
market, able to dissipate 200W in a standard server.

The footprint is compatible with SoC FPGA's enabling HPS access via the
Ethernet interface on the PCIe bracket side.


Recognized for its expertise in high-speed applications, analog and
hardened systems, REFLEX CES has become a leading partner with major
industrial companies.
REFLEX CES simplifies the adoption of FPGA
technology with its leading-edge FPGA-based custom embedded and complex
systems. REFLEX CES FPGA network platforms enable better flexibility and
ease of programming, offering a faster and most powerful board, and
reducing the customers' technology risks and time to market.

In 2017, REFLEX CES has recorded a steady growth of 35%, along with the
opening of a new subsidiary company in Germany and a reinforcement of
the team in USA

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