HBM Controller Core has been Hardware Validated
Northwest Logic’s HBM Controller Core has now been hardware validated using a platform from eSilicon which consists of a Xilinx Virtex-7, SK Hynix Gen1 HBM Device and an organic interposer. This platform performs error-free, high-performance transfers between the controller and the HBM. The HBM Controller Core supports all HBM Gen2 features including Pseudo Channel, Per Bank Refresh, etc. It also includes several interface options to enable a broad range of system applications. The controller is fully released and available. Click here for more information on SK Hynix’s HBM devices. Click here for more information on eSilicon’s HBM support. Click here to get more information on Northwest Logic’s HBM Controller Core.
Northwest Logic’s DMA PCI Express Solution used in over 700 Designs
Northwest Logic’s PCI Express Solution has been deployed in over 700 designs worldwide. These designs include standard cell ASICs (for ASIC providers/foundries such as eSilicon, Intel, OnSemi, Renesas, SMIC, TSMC, UMC), Structured ASICs (eASIC and Toshiba) and FPGAs (Altera and Xilinx). In addition, Northwest Logic provides complete Controller and PHY integration support for the customer selected PHY. Northwest Logic’s DMA Cores, which is part of its PCI Express Solution, has also been utilized in multiple Xilinx connectivity kits. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on the PCI Express solution including Gen 4 support.
Northwest Logic CSI-2 Controller Cores Validated on Arrow MAX10 DECA Board
The Northwest Logic CSI-2 Rx Controller Core and CSI-2 Tx Controller Core have been fully validated on the Arrow DECA Development Kit. This kit uses Altera’s low-cost, low-power Max 10 device with a low-cost, passive D-PHY approach. The combination of the Max10 and passive D-PHY approach provides a very cost effective, small footprint CSI-2 Tx or Rx solution. Click here for more information on the DECA Development Kit. Click here for more information on Northwest Logic CSI-2 Controller Cores.
Northwest Logic and Altera RLDRAM 3 Support for Arria 10 Coming Soon!
Northwest Logic and Altera Corporation have collaborated to offer a hardware-proven 2,133 Mbps Reduced Latency DRAM (RLDRAM) 3 memory interface solution for use in the 20 nm Arria 10 FPGAs. The RLDRAM 3 solution combines Northwest Logic’s full-featured RLDRAM 3 Controller Core and Altera’s auto-calibrated RLDRAM 3 hard PHY to enable RLDRAM3 designs for high-end networking applications needing high memory throughput. Watch for the full announcement including hardware evaluation support. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Northwest Logic and Invecas Collaborate to Provide Complete Solutions
INVECAS, Inc. is developing a wide range of IP’s for GLOBALFOUNDRIES advanced nodes including PHYs and associated Test Chips. These PHYs include high-speed multi-protocol SERDES, DDR3/4, LPDDR3/4 and MIPI PHYs. INVECAS and Northwest Logic are collaborating to provide complete PCIe, DDR4/3, LPDDR4/3 and MIPI Controller and PHY solutions. “INVECAS is pleased to be working with its strategic partner Northwest Logic to provide high-performance, high-quality, silicon-proven solutions for GLOBALFOUNDRIES advanced process nodes.” Click here for more information.
Toshiba FFSA Support
Northwest Logic now supports the Toshiba FFSA devices with its high-performance Memory and PCIe Controller IP Cores. Toshiba FFSA devices use metal configurable technology to create quick-turn, high-performance, low cost SoCs. Northwest Logic and Toshiba have collaborated to fully validate the interoperability of Northwest Logic DDR3, and PCIe 3.0 Controller Cores with the Toshiba DDR3 and PCIe PHYs. These complete DDR and PCIe solutions enable customers to quickly create and bring to market high-performance, cost-effective SoC designs. Click here for more information