Sundance Multiprocessor Technology
Sundance Multiprocessor Technology Ltd. released its SoM1-SoC, a Microchip PolarFire SoC FPGA powered system-on-module utilizing a 64-bit Linux-capable RISC-V processor. According to the company, the heart of SoM1-SoC is the MPFS460T-1FCVG1152E device leveraging 461K logic cells, 20 high-speed transceivers, two PCIe hard blocks, 136 MSS IOs, 180 HSIO, and 288 GPIOs.
The FMC-SDR400D is a conduction-cooled FMC card with 2x2 channels of 12-bit DACs and ADCs from Analog Devices (AD9361). The digital interface is provided over high-speed serial links through the FMC connector.
Chesham, Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom. Sundance Multiprocessor Technology released a new module combining Microchip’s PolarFire SoC MPFS250T from Trenz Electronic and Sundance’s open-source EMC²-DP PC104 SoM Carrier (40mm x 50mm). Sundance believes the solution will revolutionize the PC104 standard with the power and precision from Microchip and the flexibility and open-source of its EMC²-DP PC104 SoM Carrier.