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MLE's license fee structure reflects the needs of Zynq's Embedded Linux users for simple and affordable SATA with optional upgrade paths.

Product Name Deliverables Pricing

Evaluation Reference Design (Zynq SSE ERD)

Complete, downloadable SATA-I/II/III system stack and Vivado 2016.4 design project with encrypted RTL code. Zynq PS / Linux software-only SATA API.

Tied and tested to work on the Avnet Zynq Mini-ITX Boards 7Z045 and 7Z100 only.

Evaluation-only license, synthesizable for 30 days.

free of charge

Production Reference Design - Experts Edition (Zynq SSE PRD-EE)

Complete, downloadable SATA-I/II/III system stack and Vivado 2016.4 design project with encrypted RTL code. Zynq PS / Linux software-only SATA API. (Same as Zynq SSE ERD)

Production-ready: Pre-integrated and tested to be portable to Your target system hardware.

Fully paid-up for, royalty-free, world-wide, Single-Project-Use License, synthesizable for 1 year.

Bug-fixes only with basic support via email.

9,800.00 $

Production Reference Design - Professional Edition (Zynq SSE PRD-PE)

Complete, downloadable SATA-I/II/III system stack and Vivado 2016.4 design project with encrypted RTL code. Zynq PS / Linux software-only SATA API. (Same as Zynq SSE ERD)

Production-ready: Pre-integrated and tested to be portable to Your target system hardware.

Fully paid-up for, royalty-free, world-wide, Single-Project-Use License, synthesizable for 1 year.

Up to 40 hours of premium support and integration design services via email, phone or online collaboration.
14,800.00 $

Other SATA-I/II/III offerings

Multiple SATA host ports, PL-connected SATA host ports, Multi-Project-Use Licenses, RTL Source Code Licenses, other FPGA devices than Zynq, etc.

Classical IP core licenses with annual maintenance, project-specific support and integration design service packages, etc.

From 19,800.00 $

Please inquire!

On the technical side, all Zynq SSE offerings implement one single SATA-I/II/III host operating the Xilinx GTX multi-gigabit transceivers at 1.5 or 3.0 or 6.0 Gbps and making use of modern SSDs Native Command Queueing (NCQ), Scatter-Gather Direct Memory Access (SG-DMA), Linux kernel drivers and Linux device tree. SATA API via a standard Linux block device from Linux user-space software.

And yes, the license fee for the Production Reference Designs includes a fully paid-up for, royalty-free, world-wide, Single-Project-Use license for a single instance of the SATA Host Controller and DMA IP cores from ASICS World Services, the FPGA storage micro-architecture from MLE, and MLE's SATA Host Controller Linux kernel driver.