Reconfigurable Platforms

 

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While FPGAs have long been a platform for prototyping and optimized hardware solutions to cyber-security and DSP applications, recent advances in High-Level Synthesis have made them more amenable for applications like machine learning and high-performance computing. Here we provide access to a variety of FPGA boards from the primary FPGA vendors, Intel and Xilinx.

What’s available currently?:

 
FPGA Board
FPGA
Memory
Programming Tools
Notes
Hosting Machine
GX1150
8 GB DDR3
Intel SDK, OpenCL
shared via the GTRI CIPHER lab
Flubber
SX660 (Arm+GX1150)
6 GB DDR4
Intel SDK, OpenCL
shared via the GTRI CIPHER lab
Flubber
GX1150
4 GB DDR3
Intel SDK
Available upon request
 
GX1150
8 GB DDR4
Intel SDK, OneAPI
On loan from Intel
Flubber
Bittware 520N GX2800 16 GB DDR4 Intel SDK, OpenCL   Flubber
Zynq XC7Z020-1CLG400C
512MB DDR3
Xilinx Vivado
Also available for Nengo-FPGA
Brainard
Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC XCZU7EV-1FBVB900E
DDR4
Xilinx Vitis, Vivado
 
Brainard
Ultrascale+ XCU280
8 GB HBM2
Xilinx Vitis, Vivado, MLSuite
Supported in part by Xilinx University Program
Flubber, multiple cards
Kintex UltraScale 060 and HMC
4 GB HMC
Xilinx Vivado 2016
Supported in part by Micron
Cubed
Virtex Ultrascale+ UV7P and HMC
2 GB HMC, 16 GB DDR4
Xilinx Vivado 2018+
Supported in part by Micron
Cubed

 

Tools: Intel FPGA SDK 2019 (19.3), Xilinx Vitis and Vivado 19.2

Primary Contact: Jeffrey Young

Restrictions: None

Related Projects: SuperSTaRLU, GTRI CIPHER research, SRTML, RISC-V on FPGA