Advanced Processing Platform: Nallatech 510T

Description

The Advanced Processing Platform: Nallatech 510T provides a high-performance multi-FPGA compute accelerator platform for applications that require high-performance, low latency, large design capacity, memory bandwidth, and programmability.

Advanced Processing Platform: Nallatech 510T System Configuration

Key Platform Benefits

  • Accelerates research by providing a feature-rich platform for implementing and validating embedded system architectures and algorithms
  • Addresses specific research needs through a hardware/software programmable system and application-specific daughter cards (e.g., analog interface module)
  • Enables a faster path to commercialization by sourcing commercial-grade components and through compliance with commercial standards and interfaces (e.g., PCI-express, Ethernet)

Features

  • Dell Precision Tower 7910 workstation
    • Dual Intel Xeon E5-2620 v4 processors
    • 128 GB (8x16GB) 2400 MHz DDR RDIMM ECC memory
    • CentOS 6.8 Linux operating system
    • Pre-installed design environment:
      • Intel FPGA Quartus Prime Pro and SDK for OpenCL
      • Nallatech OpenCL High-Performance Computing (HPC) Board Support Package (BSP)
      • Nallatech HDL-based Built-in Self Test (BIST) design
      • Nallatech drivers, firmware and utilities
    • Dell 22” monitor
  • Nallatech 510T Compute Acceleration Card
    • GPU form factor card with (2) Intel Arria 10 10AX115 FPGAs; each FPGA features:
      • 1,150 Logic Elements (LEs)
      • 53Mb M20K memory
      • 1,518/1,518 hardened single-precision floating-point multipliers/adders
      • 3,036 18x19 multipliers
    • PCIe Gen3 x16 host interface
    • 290 GB/s peak aggregate memory bandwidth
      • 85 GB/s peak DDR4 memory bandwidth per FPGA (4 banks per FPGA)
    • Support for HDL design and Altera SDK for OpenCL

Nallatech 510T Compute Acceleration Card

Resources

How to Access

The Advanced Processing Platform: Nallatech 510T platform has been delivered as a shared resource to a number of institutions participating in the Embedded Systems Canada (emSYSCAN) national project. For information on where these and other development systems are located (and who to contact to gain access), visit the Development Systems Community national catalog.

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