MLE and Trenz Electronic, both Premier Members of the AMD Adaptive Computing Partner Program, have collaborated and worked on Trenz’s new TE0950 AMD Versal™ AI Edge Evalboard to provide an integrated and pre-validated network and storage accelerating solution.
To realize network acceleration with AMD Versal™ AI Edge device, MLE implements the latest version of the TCP/IP Network Protocol Accelerator Platform which gains enhancements for performance and interoperability, on the TE0950 AMD Versal™ AI Edge Evalboard. Currently the 10G/25G TCP/IP Core is verified on the board in the Linux system, and testing with 50G/100G TCP/IP Core is also scheduled.
MLE also tested Opsero’s FPGA Drive FMC Gen4 with our NVMe Streamer, the full accelerator NVMe host subsystem, to enable high read/write bandwidth for SSD mass storage connectivity. We implement and verify a single PCIe x4 Gen4 SSD with 16GT/s transfer rate on the TE0950 AMD Versal™ AI Edge Evalboard.
MLE is dedicated to de-risking system design via integration and development services and FPGA Full System Stacks. Through testing in the MLE lab, we can verify the compatibility between Trenz’s new TE0950 board and our IP-core accelerators and its performance in accelerating networking and storage.