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Passive Optical Network (PON) is one of the main broadband access technologies deployed by many operators. Packet processing and traffic management functions are critical to process the aggregated end-user traffic and provisioning per QoS policies. With programmable logic and hardware acceleration blocks, Kintex UltraScale+ FPGAs are well suited to perform Layer 2 to Layer 4 packet processing functions, such as classification, filtering, lookup, and packet forwarding. The integrated 100G Ethernet MAC enables efficient uplink management and saves thousands of LUTs for hardware differentiation. As network operators are always looking for the balance among performance, cost, and power, the Kintex UltraScale+ FPGA’s DSP resources, serial connectivity, memory, and logic performance—combined with its power efficiency and ideal price point—makes it suitable for applications such as high-volume 100G PON OLT line cards.
Wireless traffic has grown tremendously in recent years. The surging demand for higher data capacity leads to innovation in radio access network (RAN) and mobile backhaul applications. Traditional microwave bands support 112MHz signal bandwidth, which requires multiple FPGAs. The Kintex UltraScale+ FPGA is an ideal platform to develop point-to-point microwave modems with higher packet processing in a single device. Increased logic resources, compared to the previous generation, enables end-product differentiation and fast feature deployment in the evolving wireless market. Also, designers can take advantage of up to 20% lower power and easy timing closure enabled by integrated IP.
Network port speeds are growing faster than traditional server nodes can keep pace, and new network functions are evolving too quickly for fixed-function devices. Kintex UltraScale+ FPGAs offer an ideal solution to address these challenges, providing high-performance packet processing and datapath offloading, advanced SerDes technology, and 100G Ethernet IP to enable unmatched scalability and connectivity for fast data movement. Kintex UltraScale+ FPGAs deliver a strong balance of performance and power that allows network designers to accelerate a comprehensive range of network workloads while minimizing total cost of ownership. Whether implementing emerging proprietary functionality or accelerating complex algorithms, Kintex UltraScale+ FPGAs provide a compelling solution for the data center with deterministic, ultra low-latency, and adaptable networking solutions with efficient power consumption.
|System Logic Cells (K)||356||475||600||653||747||1,143||1,843|
|CLB LUTs (K)||163||217||274||299||341||523||842|
|GTH 16.3 Gb/s Transceivers||0||0||28||32||28||44||0|
|GTY 32.75 Gb/s Transceivers||16||16||0||20||0||32||32|
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