Embedded World 2020
Aries Embedded (Germany) introduces the M100PFS system on module (SOM) at the fair. The FPGA-based board with two CAN ports is under development and is adaptable to customer’s needs.
The system is based on the Polarfire SOC FPGA architecture by Microsemi. It integrates a real-time, Linux-capable, RISC-V-based micro-processor sub-system. According to the manufacturer, the five-core CPU implementation does not suffer from the Meltdown and Spectre exploits. It provides a CRI-patented (Cryptography Research Incorporated) differential power analysis (DPA) bit-stream protection. A default device configuration offers CAN, Gigabit Ethernet, UART, SPI, I²C, and USB interfaces. The board sizes 74 mm x 42 mm and requires a power supply of 3,3 V. Target markets may include embedded vision applications, industrial automation, safety- and security-related communications, as well as IoT-related applications. First boards are to be expected approximately in Q3/2020. Interested parties could contact the company at the Embedded World 2020 exhibition in hall 3A, stand 441 regarding special features.
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