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XILINX U50 Data Center Accelerator Card | New Product Brief

July 28, 2020 by Mouser Electronics

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XILINX U50 Data Center Accelerator Card

Xilinx Alveo U50 Data Center Accelerator Card provides adaptable acceleration for compute-intensive applications in financial computing, machine learning, computational storage, and data search and analytics. 

The Alveo U50 is built on Xilinx’s UltraScale+ architecture, providing the flexibility to adapt to new workloads in the datacenter and maximize application performance. The cards have 8GB of HBM2 memory on-board and are packaged in a single-slot, low-profile and passively cooled PCIe card with an efficient 75W TDP for easy integration. The Alveo U50 also has a QSFP28 connector to provide low latency networking at speeds up to 100Gbps. 

A large library of Xilinx and third-party applications are available, and developers can leverage Xilinx’s SDAccel development environment and Machine Learning Suite for custom solutions. 

  • Built on Xilinx® UltraScale+ architecture 
  • 8GB of HBM2 memory with 316GB/s bandwidth 
  • Form factor: Half-Height, Half-length single slot Low-Profile PCIe card 
    • PCIe interface: PCIe Gen3 x16, dual PCIe Gen4 x8, CCIX 
  • Power (TDP): 75W 
  • Network interface: 1x QSFP28 
    • Supports 4x 10GbE, 4x 25GbE, 1x 40GbE, or 1x 100GbE 
  • Developer platform: Xilinx’s SDAccel Development Environment and Machine Learning Suite 

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