The SerialLite III Streaming Intel® FPGA IP core continues to scale with today's demand for more bandwidth and higher performance needs. SerialLite III is a simple, low latency, scalable protocol for high-bandwidth serial data transfer applications. The SerialLite III Streaming Intel FPGA IP core offers simple connectivity that enables rapid point-to-point data transfers across various transmission media, including printed circuit board (PCB), backplane, copper cabling, and fiber optics.
Intel FPGA IP for SerialLite III Streaming Solution
The SerialLite III Streaming Intel FPGA IP core includes Intel’s technology-leading transceivers: physical medium attachment (PMA), phyiscal coding sublayer (PCS), and media access control (MAC) layers. The PCS and PMA layers are hardened within the Intel Stratix® 10, Intel Arria® 10, Stratix V, and Arria V FPGAs, thereby saving customers valuable FPGA logic resources†. In addition to resource savings, the hardened PCS/PMA functionality enables much easier timing closure for all types of designs. The SerialLite III protocol was designed to provide the necessary reliability, low latency and overhead, and scalability to ensure that data is transferred in the most efficient and robust manner to maintain low bit error rates required by today’s and next generation systems.
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