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AMD Vivado™ Design Suite for Alveo™ Accelerator Cards

Hardware Flexibility and Fast Deployment

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Pre-Built, Out-of-the-Box Ready
FPGA Production Card

Eliminate PCB design and system integration tasks with a deployment ready platform


Familiar Hardware
Design Flow

Proven and established FPGA design flows for full customization in RTL


IP Catalog and
Design Templates

Vast catalog of IP building blocks for ease of implementation on Alveo hardware

A Pre-Built FPGA Production Card

If you’re an FPGA developer seeking to deploy in a PCIe® form factor, Alveo accelerators can propel you through the design cycle faster with an out-of-the-box ready system. Using a pre-validated deployment card with 3-year warranty, you can bypass PCB integration, inventory management, and product lifecycle management tasks when compared to a component-based approach.

Pre-Built FPGA Production Card Diagram


AMD Vivado

Developers can now easily get started with a pre-validated base design that maps directly to Alveo hardware, providing all the infrastructure needed for a PCIe system. Developers can jump-start their design with an implementation-ready Vivado project using traditional RTL and IP Integrator flows across a broad portfolio of Alveo accelerator cards.

AMD Vivado Design Flow


A vast catalog of production-qualified IP is available for Alveo cards. Using a modular-based design flow, you can leverage pre-optimized building blocks and subsystems while focusing on your own hardware differentiation.







Kernels Wizard


Error Correction


Math Functions





AMD provides a comprehensive open source NIC reference design—OpenNIC—to simplify FPGA development for applications with network and host-connectivity. Supported on Alveo™ accelerator cards,  OpenNIC provides a standard set of hardware IP blocks for external interfaces as well as AXI-based integration of custom IP.

OpenNIC is available now as open source on GitHub.

OpenNIC Shell block diagram


Alveo V80

Alveo V80

Powered by a Versal HBM adaptive SoC, this card offers the highest logic density, network throughput, and memory bandwidth in the portfolio.1

1: Based on AMD comparison of the specifications of the Alveo V80 vs the Alveo U55C accelerator cards in the publicly available AMD Alveo Product Selector Guide, April 2024. ALV-13.

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Alveo U55C

Alveo U55C

This 2x100G, HBM-enabled accelerator balances massive parallelism in a compact FHHL form factor for compute-intensive workloads.

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Alveo U45N

Alveo U45N

The 2x100G, FHHL accelerator features an UltraScale+ FPGA for inline network acceleration and Arm processor for custom software stacks.

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Alveo X3522PV

Alveo X3522PV

The Alveo X3522PV accelerator combines low latency NIC functionality with hardware flexibility.

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Alveo U50

Alveo U50

Based on a UltraScale+ HBM device, this 1x100G 75-watt card comes in a slim, HHHL form factor for memory-bound compute.

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Powered by the Versal AI Core adaptive SoC, the VCK5000 combines AI Engines and FPGA fabric for AI-enabled workloads that also demand network connectivity.

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