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Tuesday, September 25, 2018

NetFPGA SUME XC7v690T







Pietro Bressana edited this page on May 16 · 18 revisions


NetFPGA is excited to announce a new hardware will join NetFPGA family of open-source networking platforms.

The PCIe board, NetFPGA SUME, is an FPGA-based PCI Express board with I/O capabilities for 10 and 100 Gbps operation, an x8 Gen3 PCIe adapter card incorporating Xilinx’s Virtex-7 690T FPGA.

The peripheral subsystems adds to the four SFP+ transceivers with replaceable DDR3-SODIMM memories, QDRII+ memories, as well as presenting the 18 remaining transceivers into two expansion interfaces of eight and ten 13.1Gbps (GTH) transceivers using an VITA-57 compliant FMC connector and an SAMTEC QTH-DP connector.

An article describing this card appeared in the September/October issue of IEEE Micro Magazine - the official link to the article is here. You can access the pre-print version of the paper here.

If you would like to be kept up to date on NetFPGA SUME, please fill this form.
As a starting point, new users may find the Getting Started Guide a good place to begin.




















We hope you are as excited as we are to have this new addition to our growing family of open-source NetFPGA platforms, and we hope that you will be part of our exciting future.

--- The NetFPGA SUME team. ---

Thursday, September 20, 2018

Performance / Resource Divider Generator v5.1 Utilization.

Performance and Resource Utilization for Divider Generator v5.1

Vivado Design Suite Release 2018.2

Interpreting the results:

This page contains maximum frequency and resource utilization data for several configurations of this IP core. The data is separated into a table per device family. In each table, each row describes a test case.

The columns are divided into test parameters and results. The test parameters include the part information and the core-specific configuration parameters.

Any configuration parameters that are not listed have their default values; any parameters with a blank value are disabled or set automatically by the IP core. Consult the product guide for this IP core for a list of GUI parameter and user parameter mappings.












  • Resource figures are taken from the utilization report issued at the end of implementation using the Out-of-Context flow in Vivado Design Suite.
  • The Out-of-Context IP constraints include HD.CLK_SRC properties as required to ensure correct hold timing closure: these properties are enabled using the Tcl command: set_param ips.includeClockLocationConstraints true
  • Maximum frequency is measured using the Out-of-Context flow to synthesize and implement the IP instance in isolation. This ensures that the design is not distorted in order to route to device pins.
  • Maximum frequency is the result of a binary search of attempted clock period constraints. The reported figure is the highest frequency at which the design met timing.
  • LUT figures do not include LUTs used as pack-thrus, but do include LUTs used as memory.
  • Default Vivado Design Suite 2018.2 settings were used. You may be able to improve on these figures using different settings. Because surrounding circuitry will affect placement and timing, no guarantee can be given that these figures will be repeatable in a larger design.

Data is provided for the following device families:

Kintex-7

Part Information Configuration Parameters Performance and Resource Utilization
Device Package Speed Grade Configuration Name
algorithm_type
dividend_and_quotient_width
divisor_width
remainder_type
fractional_width
operand_sign
clocks_per_division
FlowControl
latency_configuration
latency
Clock Input Fmax (MHz) LUTs FFs LUT-FF Pairs DSP48s 36k BRAMs 18k BRAMs Speedfile Status
xc7k480t ffg901 -1 k7_1_hr_10_by_14_f2 High_Radix 10 14 Fractional 2 Signed 1 NonBlocking Manual 17 aclk 396 241 441 230 7 0 1 PRODUCTION 1.12 2017-02-17
xc7k480t ffg901 -1 k7_1_hr_36_by_36_f2 High_Radix 36 36 Fractional 2 Signed 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 396 593 1208 569 13 0 1 PRODUCTION 1.12 2017-02-17
xc7k480t ffg901 -1 k7_1_hr_54_by_50_f28 High_Radix 54 50 Fractional 28 Signed 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 396 901 1827 858 16 0 1 PRODUCTION 1.12 2017-02-17
xc7k480t ffg901 -1 k7_1_hr_54_by_50_f28_lowlat High_Radix 54 50 Fractional 28 Signed 1 NonBlocking Manual 8 aclk 72 797 267 101 16 0 1 PRODUCTION 1.12 2017-02-17
xc7k480t ffg901 -1 k7_1_lm LutMult 11 12 Remainder 12 Unsigned 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 374 17 127 17 2 3 0 PRODUCTION 1.12 2017-02-17
xc7k480t ffg901 -1 k7_1_r2_32_by_32_r32 Radix2 32 32 Remainder 32 Signed 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 450 1280 3334 1252 0 0 0 PRODUCTION 1.12 2017-02-17
xc7k480t ffg901 -1 k7_1_r2_8_by_8_r8 Radix2 8 8 Remainder 8 Signed 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 636 131 262 119 0 0 0 PRODUCTION 1.12 2017-02-17
xc7k480t ffg901 -1 k7_1_r2_8_by_8_r8_clk2 Radix2 8 8 Remainder 8 Signed 2 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 494 119 207 97 0 0 0 PRODUCTION 1.12 2017-02-17
xc7k480t ffg901 -1 k7_1_r2_8_by_8_r8_clk8 Radix2 8 8 Remainder 8 Signed 8 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 555 64 134 57 0 0 0 PRODUCTION 1.12 2017-02-17

Kintex UltraScale

Part Information Configuration Parameters Performance and Resource Utilization
Device Package Speed Grade Configuration Name
algorithm_type
dividend_and_quotient_width
divisor_width
remainder_type
fractional_width
operand_sign
clocks_per_division
FlowControl
latency_configuration
latency
Clock Input Fmax (MHz) LUTs FFs LUT-FF Pairs DSP48s 36k BRAMs 18k BRAMs Speedfile Status
xcku115 flva1517 -1 ku_1_hr_10_by_14_f2 High_Radix 10 14 Fractional 2 Signed 1 NonBlocking Manual 17 aclk 456 223 441 210 7 0 1 PRODUCTION 1.25.01 01-12-2017
xcku115 flva1517 -1 ku_1_hr_36_by_36_f2 High_Radix 36 36 Fractional 2 Signed 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 456 548 1208 525 13 0 1 PRODUCTION 1.25.01 01-12-2017
xcku115 flva1517 -1 ku_1_hr_54_by_50_f28 High_Radix 54 50 Fractional 28 Signed 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 456 847 1827 818 16 0 1 PRODUCTION 1.25.01 01-12-2017
xcku115 flva1517 -1 ku_1_hr_54_by_50_f28_lowlat High_Radix 54 50 Fractional 28 Signed 1 NonBlocking Manual 8 aclk 90 763 267 93 16 0 1 PRODUCTION 1.25.01 01-12-2017
xcku115 flva1517 -1 ku_1_lm LutMult 11 12 Remainder 12 Unsigned 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 424 18 127 18 2 3 0 PRODUCTION 1.25.01 01-12-2017
xcku115 flva1517 -1 ku_1_r2_32_by_32_r32 Radix2 32 32 Remainder 32 Signed 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 424 1279 3334 1261 0 0 0 PRODUCTION 1.25.01 01-12-2017
xcku115 flva1517 -1 ku_1_r2_8_by_8_r8 Radix2 8 8 Remainder 8 Signed 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 631 131 262 119 0 0 0 PRODUCTION 1.25.01 01-12-2017
xcku115 flva1517 -1 ku_1_r2_8_by_8_r8_clk2 Radix2 8 8 Remainder 8 Signed 2 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 511 124 207 99 0 0 0 PRODUCTION 1.25.01 01-12-2017
xcku115 flva1517 -1 ku_1_r2_8_by_8_r8_clk8 Radix2 8 8 Remainder 8 Signed 8 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 604 68 134 61 0 0 0 PRODUCTION 1.25.01 01-12-2017

Kintex UltraScale+

Part Information Configuration Parameters Performance and Resource Utilization
Device Package Speed Grade Configuration Name
algorithm_type
dividend_and_quotient_width
divisor_width
remainder_type
fractional_width
operand_sign
clocks_per_division
FlowControl
latency_configuration
latency
Clock Input Fmax (MHz) LUTs FFs LUT-FF Pairs DSP48s 36k BRAMs 18k BRAMs Speedfile Status
xcku13p ffve900 -1 kup_1_hr_10_by_14_f2 High_Radix 10 14 Fractional 2 Signed 1 NonBlocking Manual 17 aclk 571 224 441 212 7 0 1 PRODUCTION 1.20 05-21-2018
xcku13p ffve900 -1 kup_1_hr_36_by_36_f2 High_Radix 36 36 Fractional 2 Signed 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 571 573 1208 550 13 0 1 PRODUCTION 1.20 05-21-2018
xcku13p ffve900 -1 kup_1_hr_54_by_50_f28 High_Radix 54 50 Fractional 28 Signed 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 571 865 1827 835 16 0 1 PRODUCTION 1.20 05-21-2018
xcku13p ffve900 -1 kup_1_hr_54_by_50_f28_lowlat High_Radix 54 50 Fractional 28 Signed 1 NonBlocking Manual 8 aclk 119 760 267 88 16 0 1 PRODUCTION 1.20 05-21-2018
xcku13p ffve900 -1 kup_1_lm LutMult 11 12 Remainder 12 Unsigned 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 615 18 127 18 2 3 0 PRODUCTION 1.20 05-21-2018
xcku13p ffve900 -1 kup_1_r2_32_by_32_r32 Radix2 32 32 Remainder 32 Signed 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 800 1279 3334 1248 0 0 0 PRODUCTION 1.20 05-21-2018
xcku13p ffve900 -1 kup_1_r2_8_by_8_r8 Radix2 8 8 Remainder 8 Signed 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 872 129 262 121 0 0 0 PRODUCTION 1.20 05-21-2018
xcku13p ffve900 -1 kup_1_r2_8_by_8_r8_clk2 Radix2 8 8 Remainder 8 Signed 2 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 779 125 207 109 0 0 0 PRODUCTION 1.20 05-21-2018
xcku13p ffve900 -1 kup_1_r2_8_by_8_r8_clk8 Radix2 8 8 Remainder 8 Signed 8 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 872 67 134 63 0 0 0 PRODUCTION 1.20 05-21-2018

Virtex-7

Part Information Configuration Parameters Performance and Resource Utilization
Device Package Speed Grade Configuration Name
algorithm_type
dividend_and_quotient_width
divisor_width
remainder_type
fractional_width
operand_sign
clocks_per_division
FlowControl
latency_configuration
latency
Clock Input Fmax (MHz) LUTs FFs LUT-FF Pairs DSP48s 36k BRAMs 18k BRAMs Speedfile Status
xc7vx690t ffg1157 -1 v7_1_hr_10_by_14_f2 High_Radix 10 14 Fractional 2 Signed 1 NonBlocking Manual 17 aclk 396 243 441 230 7 0 1 PRODUCTION 1.11 2014-09-11
xc7vx690t ffg1157 -1 v7_1_hr_36_by_36_f2 High_Radix 36 36 Fractional 2 Signed 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 396 593 1208 567 13 0 1 PRODUCTION 1.11 2014-09-11
xc7vx690t ffg1157 -1 v7_1_hr_54_by_50_f28 High_Radix 54 50 Fractional 28 Signed 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 396 901 1827 858 16 0 1 PRODUCTION 1.11 2014-09-11
xc7vx690t ffg1157 -1 v7_1_hr_54_by_50_f28_lowlat High_Radix 54 50 Fractional 28 Signed 1 NonBlocking Manual 8 aclk 72 818 267 105 16 0 1 PRODUCTION 1.11 2014-09-11
xc7vx690t ffg1157 -1 v7_1_lm LutMult 11 12 Remainder 12 Unsigned 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 374 17 127 17 2 3 0 PRODUCTION 1.11 2014-09-11
xc7vx690t ffg1157 -1 v7_1_r2_32_by_32_r32 Radix2 32 32 Remainder 32 Signed 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 461 1280 3334 1248 0 0 0 PRODUCTION 1.11 2014-09-11
xc7vx690t ffg1157 -1 v7_1_r2_8_by_8_r8 Radix2 8 8 Remainder 8 Signed 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 636 129 262 117 0 0 0 PRODUCTION 1.11 2014-09-11
xc7vx690t ffg1157 -1 v7_1_r2_8_by_8_r8_clk2 Radix2 8 8 Remainder 8 Signed 2 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 483 119 207 100 0 0 0 PRODUCTION 1.11 2014-09-11
xc7vx690t ffg1157 -1 v7_1_r2_8_by_8_r8_clk8 Radix2 8 8 Remainder 8 Signed 8 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 516 64 134 57 0 0 0 PRODUCTION 1.11 2014-09-11

Virtex UltraScale

Part Information Configuration Parameters Performance and Resource Utilization
Device Package Speed Grade Configuration Name
algorithm_type
dividend_and_quotient_width
divisor_width
remainder_type
fractional_width
operand_sign
clocks_per_division
FlowControl
latency_configuration
latency
Clock Input Fmax (MHz) LUTs FFs LUT-FF Pairs DSP48s 36k BRAMs 18k BRAMs Speedfile Status
xcvu160 flgb2104 -1 vu_1_hr_10_by_14_f2 High_Radix 10 14 Fractional 2 Signed 1 NonBlocking Manual 17 aclk 456 221 441 208 7 0 1 PRODUCTION 1.26.01 01-12-2017
xcvu160 flgb2104 -1 vu_1_hr_36_by_36_f2 High_Radix 36 36 Fractional 2 Signed 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 456 549 1208 525 13 0 1 PRODUCTION 1.26.01 01-12-2017
xcvu160 flgb2104 -1 vu_1_hr_54_by_50_f28 High_Radix 54 50 Fractional 28 Signed 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 456 848 1827 817 16 0 1 PRODUCTION 1.26.01 01-12-2017
xcvu160 flgb2104 -1 vu_1_hr_54_by_50_f28_lowlat High_Radix 54 50 Fractional 28 Signed 1 NonBlocking Manual 8 aclk 90 754 267 97 16 0 1 PRODUCTION 1.26.01 01-12-2017
xcvu160 flgb2104 -1 vu_1_lm LutMult 11 12 Remainder 12 Unsigned 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 424 18 127 18 2 3 0 PRODUCTION 1.26.01 01-12-2017
xcvu160 flgb2104 -1 vu_1_r2_32_by_32_r32 Radix2 32 32 Remainder 32 Signed 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 472 1276 3334 1254 0 0 0 PRODUCTION 1.26.01 01-12-2017
xcvu160 flgb2104 -1 vu_1_r2_8_by_8_r8 Radix2 8 8 Remainder 8 Signed 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 658 130 262 118 0 0 0 PRODUCTION 1.26.01 01-12-2017
xcvu160 flgb2104 -1 vu_1_r2_8_by_8_r8_clk2 Radix2 8 8 Remainder 8 Signed 2 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 544 125 207 97 0 0 0 PRODUCTION 1.26.01 01-12-2017
xcvu160 flgb2104 -1 vu_1_r2_8_by_8_r8_clk8 Radix2 8 8 Remainder 8 Signed 8 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 610 68 134 62 0 0 0 PRODUCTION 1.26.01 01-12-2017

Virtex UltraScale+

Part Information Configuration Parameters Performance and Resource Utilization
Device Package Speed Grade Configuration Name
algorithm_type
dividend_and_quotient_width
divisor_width
remainder_type
fractional_width
operand_sign
clocks_per_division
FlowControl
latency_configuration
latency
Clock Input Fmax (MHz) LUTs FFs LUT-FF Pairs DSP48s 36k BRAMs 18k BRAMs Speedfile Status
xcvu9p flgb2104 -1 vup_1_hr_10_by_14_f2 High_Radix 10 14 Fractional 2 Signed 1 NonBlocking Manual 17 aclk 571 223 441 213 7 0 1 PRODUCTION 1.20 05-21-2018
xcvu9p flgb2104 -1 vup_1_hr_36_by_36_f2 High_Radix 36 36 Fractional 2 Signed 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 571 574 1208 549 13 0 1 PRODUCTION 1.20 05-21-2018
xcvu9p flgb2104 -1 vup_1_hr_54_by_50_f28 High_Radix 54 50 Fractional 28 Signed 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 571 866 1827 835 16 0 1 PRODUCTION 1.20 05-21-2018
xcvu9p flgb2104 -1 vup_1_hr_54_by_50_f28_lowlat High_Radix 54 50 Fractional 28 Signed 1 NonBlocking Manual 8 aclk 119 765 267 90 16 0 1 PRODUCTION 1.20 05-21-2018
xcvu9p flgb2104 -1 vup_1_lm LutMult 11 12 Remainder 12 Unsigned 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 615 18 127 18 2 3 0 PRODUCTION 1.20 05-21-2018
xcvu9p flgb2104 -1 vup_1_r2_32_by_32_r32 Radix2 32 32 Remainder 32 Signed 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 642 1279 3334 1238 0 0 0 PRODUCTION 1.20 05-21-2018
xcvu9p flgb2104 -1 vup_1_r2_8_by_8_r8 Radix2 8 8 Remainder 8 Signed 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 872 130 262 120 0 0 0 PRODUCTION 1.20 05-21-2018
xcvu9p flgb2104 -1 vup_1_r2_8_by_8_r8_clk2 Radix2 8 8 Remainder 8 Signed 2 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 763 124 207 104 0 0 0 PRODUCTION 1.20 05-21-2018
xcvu9p flgb2104 -1 vup_1_r2_8_by_8_r8_clk8 Radix2 8 8 Remainder 8 Signed 8 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 839 68 134 63 0 0 0 PRODUCTION 1.20 05-21-2018

Zynq UltraScale+

Part Information Configuration Parameters Performance and Resource Utilization
Device Package Speed Grade Configuration Name
algorithm_type
dividend_and_quotient_width
divisor_width
remainder_type
fractional_width
operand_sign
clocks_per_division
FlowControl
latency_configuration
latency
Clock Input Fmax (MHz) LUTs FFs LUT-FF Pairs DSP48s 36k BRAMs 18k BRAMs Speedfile Status
xczu9eg ffvb1156 -1 zup_1_hr_10_by_14_f2 High_Radix 10 14 Fractional 2 Signed 1 NonBlocking Manual 17 aclk 571 222 441 209 7 0 1 PRODUCTION 1.20 05-21-2018
xczu9eg ffvb1156 -1 zup_1_hr_36_by_36_f2 High_Radix 36 36 Fractional 2 Signed 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 571 573 1208 550 13 0 1 PRODUCTION 1.20 05-21-2018
xczu9eg ffvb1156 -1 zup_1_hr_54_by_50_f28 High_Radix 54 50 Fractional 28 Signed 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 571 866 1827 835 16 0 1 PRODUCTION 1.20 05-21-2018
xczu9eg ffvb1156 -1 zup_1_hr_54_by_50_f28_lowlat High_Radix 54 50 Fractional 28 Signed 1 NonBlocking Manual 8 aclk 119 752 267 94 16 0 1 PRODUCTION 1.20 05-21-2018
xczu9eg ffvb1156 -1 zup_1_lm LutMult 11 12 Remainder 12 Unsigned 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 615 18 127 18 2 3 0 PRODUCTION 1.20 05-21-2018
xczu9eg ffvb1156 -1 zup_1_r2_32_by_32_r32 Radix2 32 32 Remainder 32 Signed 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 790 1279 3334 1244 0 0 0 PRODUCTION 1.20 05-21-2018
xczu9eg ffvb1156 -1 zup_1_r2_8_by_8_r8 Radix2 8 8 Remainder 8 Signed 1 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 872 131 262 120 0 0 0 PRODUCTION 1.20 05-21-2018
xczu9eg ffvb1156 -1 zup_1_r2_8_by_8_r8_clk2 Radix2 8 8 Remainder 8 Signed 2 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 828 123 207 100 0 0 0 PRODUCTION 1.20 05-21-2018
xczu9eg ffvb1156 -1 zup_1_r2_8_by_8_r8_clk8 Radix2 8 8 Remainder 8 Signed 8 NonBlocking Automatic
aclk 872 68 134 62 0 0 0 PRODUCTION 1.20 05-21-2018

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Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Xilinx ISE Design Suite 14.7 Full Crack, Fake, Dose Not Work!


Xilinx ISE Design Suite 14.7 Full Crack 

















Saturday, September 15, 2018

InfoSec-CyberSecurity Certifications



Real deal, InfoSec, CyberSecurity Certifications.



Creating apprenticeship programs for all ages and some not so:

https://www.dol.gov/apprenticeship/

https://www.doleta.gov/oa/employers/apprenticeship_toolkit.pdf

https://www.commerce.gov/news/blog/2018/01/cybersecurity-apprenticeships-enhance-cybersecurity-infrastructure

https://www.nist.gov/itl/applied-cybersecurity/nice/resources/nice-cybersecurity-workforce-framework


























-i.e. Here's an example program in Chicago:
https://www.gpapprentice.org/secure-software/cicess-gp-apprentice/


The DODD 8140 training matrix is here (look at the
"Additional SANS Courses Under DOD 8140" section):
https://www.sans.org/dodd-8140





Security+
---------
Online courses
https://www.cybrary.it/course/comptia-security-plus/
https://itpro.tv/course-library/security/introduction-security/

Study Guide
https://www.amazon.com/dp/1939136059/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awdo_t1_843aBbEK1TFPG

CEH
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https://www.amazon.com/dp/1260011178/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awdb_t1_3j3aBbCAY5XPS

Online courses
https://www.cybrary.it/course/ethical-hacking/
https://itpro.tv/course-library/ceh-v9/overview-cehv9/


Online Labs
https://www.cybrary.it/catalog/practice_labs/ethical-hacker

RTFM:


https://www.amazon.com/dp/1494295504/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awdb_t1_bn3aBbP1GK83N


BTFM:


https://www.amazon.com/dp/154101636X/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awdb_t1_Un3aBbJQY8WD4

Kali Linux Revealed: Mastering the Penetration Testing Distribution:


https://www.amazon.com/dp/0997615605/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awdb_t1_Qp3aBbKNBEY91

CISSP:

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Online Program
https://www.cybrary.it/course/cissp/



Study Guide, (ISC)2 CISSP Certified Information Systems Security Professional Official Study Guide:

 

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OSCP




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Intel Xeon Socket-P LGA:3647, CPU:6138P, Arria-10-GX FPGA



Intel Socket-P LGA 3647 Processors 6138P includes the Intel® Arria® 10 GX FPGA






the Intel® Xeon® Scalable processor with integrated Intel® Arria® 10 field programmable gate array (FPGA) is now available to select customers. This marks the first production release of an Intel® Xeon® processor with a coherently interfaced FPGA—an important result of Intel’s acquisition of Altera. The combination of these industry-leading FPGA solutions with Intel’s world-class processors enables customers to create the next generation of data center systems with flexible workload-optimized performance and power efficiency.

1.0 The Intel® Xeon® Gold 6138P processor with Integrated Arria® 10 GX 1150 FPGA delivers up to 3.2X throughput with half the latency and 2X more VMs when compared to Intel® Xeon® Gold 6138P processor with software OVS (Open Virtual Switch) DPDK forwarding in the CPU user space application.

Configuration: 2x Intel® Xeon® Gold 6138P processor with Integrated Intel® Arria® 10 GX 1150 FPGA on Blue Mountain Pass (BMP) platform,
12 x 16GB Micron 2Rx8 DDR4 2666MHz (192GB total),
240GB Kingston SSD,
1xPCI-E 3.0 x8 slot and 1xPCI-E 3.0 x10 slot,
Network NICs:1x 100G Alaska NIC and 2 x Intel® Ethernet Network Adapter XXV710-DA2 (25GbE NIC) (fw 5.50.47059 api 1.5 nvm 5.51 0x80002bf8 1.1568.0),
Operating System: Ubuntu-16.04.3,
OS Kernel: 4.4.0-116-generic,
Bios: SE5C620.86B.01.00.0813.041020180320 (Release Date: 04/10/2018),
uCode: mb750654_02000043,
FPGA BBS v6.4.0_Production (GBS 6.4.0,
OPAE-0.12.1, Lib switch OPAE ver 1.1),
VM opearting system: Ubuntu 17.10,
OS Kernel: 4.13.0-31-generic...









Compared to 2x Intel® Xeon® Gold 6138P processor on Blue Mountain Pass (BMP) platform, 12 x 16GB Micron 2Rx8 DDR4 2666MHz (192GB total), 240GB Kingston SSD, 1xPCI-E 3.0 x8 slot and 1xPCI-E 3.0 x10 slot, Network NICs:1x 100G Alaska NIC and 2 x Intel® Ethernet Network Adapter XXV710-DA2 (25GbE NIC) (fw 5.50.47059 api 1.5 nvm 5.51 0x80002bf8 1.1568.0), Operating System: Ubuntu-16.04.3, OS Kernel: 4.4.0-116-generic, Bios: SE5C620.86B.01.00.0813.041020180320 (Release Date: 04/10/2018), uCode: mb750654_02000043, VM opearting system: Ubuntu 17.10, OS Kernel: 4.13.0-31-generic, Benchmark: Open vSwitch 2.9.0,

The benchmark results may need to be revised as additional testing is conducted. The results depend on the specific platform configurations and workloads utilizedin the testing, and may not be applicable to any particular user's components, computer system or workloads. The results are not necessarily representative of other benchmarks and other benchmark results may show greater or lesser impact from mitigations. Software and workloads used in performance tests may have been optimized for performance only on Intel microprocessors. Performance tests, such as SYSmark* and MobileMark*, are measured using specific computer systems, components, software, operations and functions. Any change to any of those factors may cause the results to vary. You should consult other information and performance tests to assist you in fully evaluating your contemplated purchases, including the performance of that product when combined with other products. For more information go to http://www.intel.com/performance.


























Introducing the Intel® Xeon® Scalable processor with integrated Intel® Arria® 10 FPGA



The Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processor 6138P includes the Intel® Arria® 10 GX 1150, which provides up to 160Gbps of I/O bandwidth per socket and a cache-coherent interface for tightly coupled acceleration. The Intel® Arria® 10 GX 1150 has its own cache and shares memory with the processor via low-latency, cache coherent access over the Intel® Ultra Path Interconnect (Intel® UPI) bus. Unlike other system interface bus standards, Intel® UPI allows seamless access to data regardless of where the data resides (core cache, FPGA cache, or memory) without the need for redundant data storage and direct memory access (DMA) transfers. Data coherency also reduces application programming complexity and saves CPU cycles that would be wasted to determine which data is most-up-to-date.

A great example of this system capability is Intel’s new virtual switching reference design for the Intel® Xeon® Scalable processor with integrated FPGA. This reference design uses the FPGA for infrastructure dataplane switching, while the processor does application processing or processes virtual machines. This helps simplify network complexity and improve the productivity of the processor.

This solution is also compatible with the Open Virtual Switch (OVS) framework and delivers a dramatic 3.2X throughput improvement at half the latency and 2X more VMs as compared to OVS running on an equivalent processor without FPGA acceleration.1 Additionally, code compatibility with Intel’s OVS-DPDK software makes data center retrofits simple and scalable to optimize operational agility.



Fujitsu, a lead partner, plans to deliver systems based on the Intel® Xeon® processor with integrated FPGA and Intel’s OVS reference design. They are making the Intel® virtual switching reference design even more robust for the networking environment through their reliability, availability, and serviceability (RAS) with performance monitoring and debug assisting functions. This solution is being demonstrated this week at the Fujitsu Forum in Tokyo.

FPGAs continue to be an important part of Intel’s portfolio of workload-optimized solutions for the data center. Going forward, we will continue to improve ease of use of Intel® FPGAs and other accelerators in the datacenter. To provide our customers with greater deployment flexibility, Intel’s future roadmap will introduce a discrete FPGA solution with faster coherent and increased high-bandwidth interconnect enabled by the Acceleration Stack for Intel® Xeon® CPU with FPGAs. It will support code migration from the Intel® Xeon® Scalable processor with Integrated FPGA and the Intel® Programmable Acceleration Card (Intel® PAC) solutions, and will continue to be optimized for enhanced bandwidth and low latency.

To learn more about the new Intel® Xeon® Scalable processor with integrated FPGA, visit www.intel.com/accelerators.











Image source: Intel Now Intel has finally announced that they are shipping their Xeon 6138P Gold with integrated FPGA accelerator to selected customers.










The Intel Xeon 6138P includes one Arria10 GX 1150 FPGA core, with up to 160Gbps of I/O bandwidth and a cache-coherent interface for tightly coupled acceleration. The Arria FPGA has its own cache and connects with the Xeon processor via Intel’s ultra fast UPI (Ultra Path Interconnect). The data sharing between processor and FPGA do not need DMA access, reducing programming complexity.




According Anandtech, “The Xeon Scalable Gold 6138 is already an existing CPU, and the x86 silicon on the 6138P looks to be identical between the two parts: A 20C/40T CPU, with a 2GHz base clock, 3.7GHz boost, with 6 channels of DDR4 support. The PCIe lane count is different — 48 lanes on the base 6138 compared with 32 lanes on the 6138P — but this almost certainly means that 16 of those PCIe 3.0 lanes have been diverted for bandwidth for the FPGA.”




According to Intel, the integrated processor Xeon delivers a 3.2x throughput improvement at half the latency compared to an FPGA-less Xeon device.




In the announcement, Intel has stated that “Fujitsu, a lead partner, plans to deliver systems based on the Intel® Xeon® processor with integrated FPGA and Intel’s OVS reference design. They are making the Intel® virtual switching reference design even more robust for the networking environment through their reliability, availability, and serviceability (RAS) with performance monitoring and debug assisting functions. This solution is being demonstrated this week at the Fujitsu Forum in Tokyo.”




Image Source: Anandtech For more information:




(Intel) Intel Processors and FPGAs—Better Together







(Anandtech) Intel Shows Xeon Scalable Gold 6138P with Integrated FPGA, Shipping to Vendors




(ExtremeTech) Intel Shows Off Xeon Scalable Gold 6138P With an Integrated FPGA




(NextPlatform) A peek inside that Intel Xeon-FPGA hybrid chip

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Monacoin-[MONA]: Defined in CryptoCurrency (OptEdit: This Mr. Anus)



Monacoin-(MONA): Defined








OptEditor: Crypto Uranus:

About Monacoin (MONA); a meme cryptocurrency.

  • The Monacoin (MONA) was launched in 2014 on Japan’s 2channel.
    Their Monacoin (MONA) currency is based on an ASCII-art character of a cat called “mona,” and popular on Japanese online forums. 
  • The Monacoin is Japan’s first cryptocurrency and its popularity as a meme coin that rivals Dogecoin.
  • Monacoin was released by a person or group known as pseudonymously, as “Mr. Watanabe.” 
  • This real identity of Mr. Watanabe remains a mystery. 
  • Mr. Watanabe first introduced Monacoin, suggested that the coin is a game and its mission is to find its hashes. 
  • It is similar to currencies found in roleplaying games -i.e. Final Fantasy, Dragon Quest, and etc. 
  • Mr. Watanabe clarified that MONA is not a form of security, but points that are hashes collected on a network.
  • With this name and cat logo, Monacoin naturally fit into Japan’s otaku culture. 
  • Monacoin has become Japan’s favorite "meme" coin and commonly used to tip on Japanese forums. 
  • Monacoin is accepted in a number of online physical shops in Japan, and website Japanese bulletin boards; -i.e. AskMona and Monappy, which is basically a Japanese version of Ebay.














Monacoin Value, Market Cap and Volume:

  • Monacoin-(MONA) has a hard cap volume supply of 105,120,000 MONA coins. The MONA-coin is not pre-mine.
  • MONA-coin is in the top 100 cryptocurrencies via market capitalization. 
  • This MONA-coin value increased exponentially. 
  • Monacoin total market cap briefly exceeded $1 billion USD, hitting a high of $19.22. 
  • The price of Monacoin bulled back, but it still experiences periods of volatility.

How Monacoin Works:

  • Monacoin was forked from Litecoin.
  • MONA-Coin is a scrypt-based cryptocurrency.
    MONA generates a new block every 1.5 minutes and uses the Dark Gravity Wave (DGW). 
  • Monacoin-(MONA)'s difficulty-readjustment algorithm was originally developed for Dash that adjust its mining difficulty. 
  • MONA protects the network against time warp exploits. 
  • Dark Gravity Wave, the DGW, impliments moving averages determines the best change through mining difficulty.
  • Monacoin-(MONA) became self-aware and activated the Segwit on March 13, 2017.
  • MONA's developers have implementing the Lightning Network. 
  • The MONA's users with instant transactions, exceptionally low fees, and cross-chain transactions are now lightening fast. 
  • Lightning-Network mated with Monacoin is scalable and capable of handling millions to billions of transactions per second across the network.


Monacoin vs. Other Cryptocurrencies:

  • Monacoin is similar to Dogecoin. 
  • Mona is also a meme coin that gained surprising traction. 
  • The Mona became extremely popular in a short amount of time. 
  • Monacoin is unlike Dogecoin in specifics. 
  • This Monacoin is not a “joke”. 
  • Mona currency surpluses billions coins in circulation. 
  • Monacoin shares most of Litecoin’s features.
  • Mona is different from Bitcoin.

Monacoin And Other Coins For Similar Reasons:

  • Mining Algorithm: – it is a scrypt currency that favors high-speed RAM rather than raw processing power alone.
  • Fast Block Time: – a block is generated every 1.5 minutes, which is faster than Litecoin’s 2.5 minutes.
  • Large Coin Supply: – Unlike Bitcoin (21 million) and Litecoin (84 million), Monacoin has a hard cap of 105 million coins.
  • Activated Segwit: – Monacoin was one of the altcoins that activated Segwit in 2017.
  • Lightning Network Implementation: – Monacoin’s developers are working on implementing the Lightning Network.
  • Dark Gravity Wave: – Monacoin uses DGW protect its blockchain from the time warp exploit and enable faster transactions.

Buying and Storing Monacoin:

  • MONA is listed Asian crypto exchanges, such as ZAIF, Bitbank, Fisco, BitFlyer, Bittrex, UpBIT, Livecoin, Shapeshift, Bleutrade and worldwide. 
  • ZAIF has the highest volume of MONA, because it accepts Japanese Yen.
  • MONA is secure storage, Monacoin team released a core wallet working a Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux implementation. 
  • Suggested, a Lightweight wallet client, is recommend to get Electrum Mona. 
  • For mobile storage, Coinomi (Android only) is currently your best bet presently.


Monacoin: End Review


  • MonaCoin (MONA), is the first Japanese cryptocurrency.
  • MONA has one of the most active communities online.
    This MONAcoin is from the Japan culture, and is heavily adopting MONA.
  • MONACOIN is supported by thousands ofZaif ATM in Japan accepting payments (Zaif ATM throughout the earth.
  • Research MONA -coin, so go-to and see https://zaif.jp/smart_atm
  • MONA's approved ATM's are for depositing and withdrawing BTC and Mona.
  • MonaCoin CryptoCurrency is one of the few used for purchasing online/offline products.
  • Use of MONACOIN in businesses regards restaurants are accepting mona in Japan. 
  • Yes it's true, that the number of stores, websites, and service providers that accept MonaCoin increases every day.
  • Japanese internet sites, message boards, restaurants, many other businesses, and web wallets that streamline the shopping experience for MONA owners. Major Japanese electronics store, such as, Ark Akihabara accepts Monacoin, alongside Bitcoin.
  • Monacoin has implemented Lightning Network.
  • This implementation will help the currency for faster transaction, instant payments cross blockchain transaction.
  • Monacoin dev team is developing new improved ideas as you read this protecting your privacy. 
  • With Segwit activated, Monacoin now is like Ethereum, Dash, and XMR combined.
  • Monacoin is designed to resist centralization, such as, Vertcoin, and the Lyra2REv2 algorithm inside Monacoin is designed to resist the development of custom mining hardware and multipool mining.
  • Mona developers are ensuring that transactions are validated by a widely distributed network. 
  •  the Mona developers decentralization is there prime directive of cryptocurrency. 

If you desire to read more details:

  • Read the Lyra2REv2 white paper. 
  • Yet, Monacoin achieves without the need of Proof-of-Stake and all its Problems. 
  • Limited supply + Hoarded mining = total fucking scam. 
  • The Asic resistance of Lyra2REv2 translates ASIC developers are the Private-Financial Institutions Puppet Sheeple entrapping millions. 
  • Sheeple Puppet ASIC miners can not fork over monacoin if they do not like Segwit.

TECHNICAL DETAILS:

  • Genesis Block: April 2014
  • Algorithm: Lyra2REv2 (from 450,000 Block)
  • Difficulty Algorithm : Dark Gravity Wave (from 450,000 Block)
  • Segwit: Activated (from 977760 Block)
  • Premine: none
  • Block reward: 25 MONA
  • Block time: 1.5 minutes
  • Retarget: Every block
  • Totalcoins: 168 million

These technical details are found on their official website:
(http://monacoin.org ).

  • monacoin-0.14.2 on Aug. 1st, 2017;
  • monacoin-0.13.2.2 on Feb. 9th, 2017;
  • v0.10.4 on May. 23rd, 2016;
  • v0.10.2.2 on Sep. 20th, 2015;
  • v0.8.6.2 on Aug. 24th, 2015;
  • Monacoin development community release updated version every few months.

Monacoin source code Statistic information is on github: 

(https://github.com/monacoinproject/monacoin )

Exchanges listed Monacoin:

  • ZAIF (Mona/JPY and Mona/BTC)
  • Bitbank (Mona/JPY and Mona/BTC)
  • Fisco (Mona/JPY and Mona/BTC)
  • BitFlyer (Mona/JPY)
  • Bittrex (Mona/BTC)
  • Upbit (Mona/KRW and Mona/BTC)
  • Exx (Mona/HSR and Mona/QTUM)
  • Livecoin (Mona/BTC)
  • Bleutrade (Mona/BTC and Mona/DOGE)

Comparision between Monacoin and Vertcoin:

  • Block reward: Monacoin (25) vs Vertcoin (50)
  • Block time: Monacoin (~1 min 38 sec avg) vs Vertcoin (~2 min 20 sec avg) => faster transaction confirm time for Monacoin
  • Trading distribution: Monacoin (Japan and Korea) vs Vertcoin (Bittrex)
  • Difficulty adjustment: Monacoin (DGW v3) vs Vertcoin (KGW; at least according to the official website)

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