Exostiv Labs recently announced that its EXOSTIV solution for Intel FPGAs will be available in December 2016. Providing up to 200,000 times more visibility on an FPGA than other solutions, EXOSTIV enables the debugging and verification of FPGA board prototypes at speed of operation. It provides extended visibility on internal nodes over long periods of time with minimal impact on the FPGA resources. Thus, you can discover issues related to complex interactions between numerous IPs when simulation is impracticable.
EXOSTIV for Intel FPGAs will be released in December 2016 with support for Arria 10 devices first. Pricing starts at $5,100.
Source: Exostiv Labs
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