The Virtex-II family is a platform FPGA developed for high performance from low-density to high-density designs that are based on IP cores and customized modules. The family delivers complete solutions for telecommunication, wireless, networking, video, and DSP applications, including PCI, LVDS, and DDR interfaces.
The leading-edge 0.15 µm / 0.12 µm CMOS 8-layer metal process and the Virtex-II architecture are optimized for high speed with low power consumption. Combining a wide variety of flexible features and a large range of densities up to 10 million system gates, the Virtex-II family enhances programmable logic design capabilities and is a powerful alternative to mask-programmed gates arrays. As shown in Datasheet, the Virtex-II family comprises 11 members, ranging from 40K to 8M system gates.
RocketIO / RocketIO X MGT Cores
The RocketIO and RocketIO X Multi-Gigabit Transceivers are flexible parallel-to-serial and serial-to-parallel embedded transceiver cores used for high-bandwidth interconnection between buses, backplanes, or other subsystems. Multiple user instantiations in an FPGA are possible, providing up to 100 Gb/s (RocketIO) or 170 Gb/s (RocketIO X) of full-duplex raw data transfer. Each channel can be operated at a maximum data transfer rate of 3.125 Gb/s (RocketIO) or 6.25 Gb/s (RocketIO X).
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