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Using AXI DMA in Vivado Reloaded

The DMA is one of the most critical elements of any FPGA or high speed computing design. It allows data to be transferred from source to memory, and memory to consumer, in the most efficient manner and with minimal...

NVMe Host IP tested on FPGA Drive

NVMe Host IP tested on FPGA Drive

I've been totally overloaded with projects in the last couple months but I'm back with some really exciting news today. A few months back a company called IntelliProp, based in Colorado, released a NVMe Host Accelerator IP core for interfacing FPGAs with NVMe SSDs....

FPGA Drive now available to purchase

FPGA Drive now available to purchase

Orders can now be placed for the FPGA Drive products on the Opsero website. Both the PCIe and FMC versions allow you to connect an M.2 PCIe solid-state drive to an FPGA development board and both can be purchased at the same price of $249 USD (solid-state drive not...

Micron’s new M.2 Solid-State Drive

Micron’s new M.2 Solid-State Drive

Computer memory giant, Micron, sent me a pre-production sample of their brand new M.2 NVMe solid-state drive. I tested it under PetaLinux on the PicoZed FMC Carrier Card V2 and the FPGA Drive adapter, and as expected, it passed all tests with flying colours. Although...

M.2 NGFF Loopback Module

M.2 NGFF Loopback Module

Half the fun of making cool stuff is sharing it with others. The photos I'm sharing in this post are of my new M.2 NGFF loopback module - it's a M.2 form-factor module with a loopback on each of the 4 PCIe lanes, as well as some electronics to test other connections...