Xilinx Participation at Linley Processor Conference 2013
- Presentation by Mark Gustlin, Principal System Architect
"Enabling Data Path Services via Multidimensional Programmable Solutions"
This presentation will discuss next-generation line card requirements for power-to-performance optimized solutions and unified data-path services that scale to multi-hundred gigabits-per-second. The presentation will provide details on the Xilinx unified packet processing methodology for delivering Xilinx's network optimized SmartCORE™ IP solutions that employ All Programmable devices directly in the data path of a line card. This complete solution encompasses front panel interfaces, packet parsing, integrated search and packet editing, and hierarchical traffic management.
- Technical Demonstration
Programmable Data Path Processor Solution – Demonstration showcases full interface line rate running on a Xilinx Virtex®-7 All Programmable FPGA. The dynamically re-programmable packet processor SmartCORE IP enables hitless in-service program updates at a speed of 150 million packets per second without service interruptions.
- Technical Showcase
Technical Showcase #1 - This demonstration showcases a Virtex-7 All Programmable FPGA line card with granular per flow traffic manager running at 80Gbps line rate – parameterized TM architecture with dynamic control of shaping, policing and congestion control based upon Xilinx SmartCORE IP.
Technical Showcase #2 - Based upon Xilinx SmartCORE IP, this demonstration showcases a Zynq®-7000 All Programmable SoC implementation of a standalone 12-tuple search engine enabling OpenFlow classification with extended programmable packet processing search depth and throughput capabilities and scalability across interface line rates.
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Linley Processor Conference