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ARM-SoC FPGA SO-DIMM
by tzahi on Feb 9, 2013
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hi my name is tzahi
i work in small embedded systems company
my idea is to build embedded system:

that include "ARM-SoC FPGA SO-DIMM" for the main CPU
and number of pci and pcie boards from some manufacturers.
and using some linux for OS

1. my Question is if it is possible to do it with this board for the main cpu
2. if it is possible to do it with only fpga board that include soc core and pci/pcie core

thank you
tzahi
RE: ARM-SoC FPGA SO-DIMM
by marcus.erlandsson on Feb 10, 2013
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Hi Tzahi,
Yes, you can use the "ARM-SOC FPGA"-board as your "main CPU" and run Linux on it.

And since the FPGA have 4 SerDes channels, you can also support PCIe.
PCI "classic" can also be supported using normal FPGA-IO.


Best regards,
Marcus Erlandsson
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