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BITTWARE (Molex) XUP-VV8 FPGA Accelerator Card | New Product Brief

December 19, 2020 by Mouser Electronics

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BITTWARE (Molex) XUP-VV8 FPGA Accelerator Card

BittWare’s XUP-VV8 FPGA Accelerator Cards provide large logic resources and high-density connectivity in a 3/4-length PCIe board. 

The XUP-VV8 is available with Xilinx Virtex UltraScale+ VU9P or VU13P FPGAs, offering up to 3.8 million logic cells and 455Mb of embedded RAM. The cards have 4 QSFP-DD cages, supporting up to 8 100GbE or 32x 25GbE interfaces, with a jitter cleaner to support synchronous ethernet. 

The cards also have four DIMM slots, each supporting up to 128GB DDR4 x72 modules with ECC, or up to 576Mb dual QDR-II+ x18 modules. The XUP-VV8 is available with air or liquid cooling options, has a board management controller for system monitoring and control, and has two OCuLink expansion boards to connect to accessory boards. 

  • Xilinx Virtex UltraScale+ VU9P or VU13P FPGA 
    • Up to 3.8M logic cells and 455Mb embedded RAM 
  • 4x QSFP-DD cages on front panel 
    • Up to 8x 100GbE, 32x 10/25GbE 
  • 4 DIMM sites, each supporting 
    • Up to 128Gbytes DDR4 x72 with ECC 
    • Up to 576Mbits dual QDR-II+ x18 
  • Air or liquid cooling 
  • Board Management Controller for system monitoring and control 
  • OCuLink: 2x ports on rear edge, connected to FPGA via 4x GTY transceivers 
    • Connect to accessory boards for custom expansion 

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