Northwest Logic, Micron, Rambus and Avery Design to Deliver a Comprehensive GDDR6 Solution for Next-Generation Applications
Northwest Logic is collaborating with Micron, Rambus and Avery Design to deliver a comprehensive GDDR6 solution. This first-of-its-kind solution will extend GDDR6’s use beyond the traditional graphics market into advanced applications such as high-performance networking, autonomous vehicles, artificial intelligence and 5G infrastructure. Supporting up to 64GB/s transfer rates with a single device, GDDR6 provides a significant performance advantage over DDR4 while utilizing proven BGA packaging.
“Northwest Logic is adapting its widely used, silicon-proven Memory Controller solution to support GDDR6 memory. The high-performance, fully configurable GDDR6 Controller will be fully integrated, verified and delivered with the Rambus GDDR6 PHY enabling customer to quickly and reliably create GDDR6 designs,” said Brian Daellenbach, president of Northwest Logic. For the full press release, click here. For more information about Northwest Logic’s GDDR6 Controller Core, click here.
Samsung’s HBM2 Ecosystem Includes Northwest Logic’s HBM2 Controller Core
Samsung has created a whitepaper describing their HBM Technology Partnership Ecosystem. Click here to download the whitepaper. In December 2018, Samsung Memory and Foundry, ASE, eSilicon, Rambus and Northwest Logic hosted seminars in Tokyo and Shanghai showcasing their complete HBM2 solution. Northwest Logic’s high-performance, highly configurable HBM2 Controller Core is the market leader having been used in 18 designs. “Samsung’s HBM2 devices are the clear market choice for performance and availability. We are pleased to work closely with Samsung to meet the needs of our mutual HBM2 customers,” said Brian Daellenbach, President of Northwest Logic. Click here for more information on Northwest Logic’s Memory solutions.
ASICs Unlock Deep Learning Innovation: Live Seminar in Silicon Valley
Please join Samsung Electronics, Amkor Technology, eSilicon Corporation, and Northwest Logic as we present a complete implementation platform for deep learning ASICs. There is no charge to attend this live deep learning seminar and networking event.
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Northwest Logic and Analog Bits Provide a Complete PCI Express® (PCIe®) 4.0 Solution
Northwest Logic and Analog Bits have collaborated to provide a complete PCI Express 4.0 Controller and PHY solution including 16G support. This fully integrated solution utilizes Analog Bits high-performance, low-power SERDES and Northwest Logic’s high-performance, full-featured Expresso 4.0 Controller Core. This PCIe 4.0 solution supports bifurcated 16/8/4/2/1 lane operation at 16/8/5/2.5 Gbit/s line rates and is already being used in multiple 16G PCIe ASIC designs. “We are very pleased about the customer benefits that this PHY plus controller partnership delivers,” said Mahesh Tirupattur, Executive VP of Analog Bits. “Northwest Logic’s PCIe 4.0 controller and DMA solution is delivered fully integrated with the Analog Bits’ PHY to enable customers to confidently and quickly create PCIe 4.0 based designs,” added Vinitha Seevaratnam, PCI Express Product Marketing Engineer. Contact Northwest Logic or Analog Bits for more information.
b-plus Expands Advanced Driver Assistance System Product Offering with Northwest Logic’s MIPI CSI-2 Controller Cores
b-plus, with 20 years of industry experience, is a specialist in the development and integration of electronic systems including Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) development and verification components. As the automobile industry quickly adopts CSI-2 based sensors, b-plus is now offering CSI-2 based solutions for measuring and simulation/replay of raw sensor data. These products provide ADAS design teams earlier access to valuable sensor data that can be used for algorithm development or early software development. “We are using the Northwest Logic CSI-2 Rx and CSI-2 Tx Controller Cores for our Measurement Data Interface MDILink and our Hardware in the Loop System b-HiL development systems. Northwest Logic’s high-quality CSI-2 Controller cores were easy to deploy and enabled us to very quickly focus on our automotive product features,” said Adrian Bertl, Product Marketing at b-plus. Please contact Northwest Logic for more information.
Northwest Logic and Fidus Systems showcase a proven PCIe Gen 4 platform for developing 16G solutions
Northwest Logic and Fidus Systems announced that Northwest Logic’s PCI Express® (PCIe®) 4.0 solution, which includes the Expresso 4.0 Core (PCI Express 4.0 controller) and a variety of full-featured PCI Express DMA cores, has been validated on the Fidus Sidewinder-100 platform. This validation was done with 4 lanes running at 16 Gbit/sec SERDES rates. This joint validation effort provides customers with a proven PCIe Gen 4 platform for developing 16G solutions. “The PCI Express 4.0 Solution was hardware tested at 16G rates utilizing the Fidus Sidewinder and the Xilinx Kintex UltraScale+ GTY board in a switch application. The Fidus Sidewinder board was a key component in this testing,” said Vinitha Seevaratnam, PCI Express Product Marketing Engineer at Northwest Logic. “Our successful PCI SIG FYI compliance testing further verifies that Northwest Logic’s PCI Express 4.0 Solution provides a robust and proven platform for developing PCI Express 4.0/3.1/2.1/1.1 based products.” Click here for the full press release.