LDA Technologies Pioneers FPGA Board Enclosure with 25GbE Networking Capabilities

TORONTO, Canada --- LDA Technologies releases the LDA e4, heralded as the world's first 25GbE capable networking enclosure for PCI Express compliant FPGA boards, piloting a new generation of data center devices specifically engineered for high-speed communication and financial FPGA applications.

In addition to being board-agnostic and effortless to the point of "plug-and-play", LDA e4 comes with 48 high-speed ports (25 and 10GbE), Layer 1 replication (25 and 10GbE) and support for various CPUs and operating systems.

Other features offered by LDA e4 include designated precision power control, accurate reference clock source, per port signal monitoring tools, out-of-band management, internal USB ports for debug equipment, zero-configuration option: all these in a sleek 12-inch-deep 1U device that takes only half of the rack, leaving enough space for another LDA e4.

The ability to use any PCI Express FPGA board within a purely FPGA-oriented device makes this product a good fit for IP core developers who already have existing systems and/or value the flexibility of selecting FPGA boards for their applications; and especially those who develop their IP cores for more than one FPGA platform.

LDA Technologies is a privately held company headquartered in Toronto, Canada and specializing in high performance FPGA based platforms. LDA Technologies has been manufacturing products and providing consultancy services for customers since 2010.

For more information, visit http://www.ldatech.com
 

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