The world’s most reliable and mature full hardware ultra-low latency MAC and PCS IP Cores.
Bring the best-in-class ultra-low latency network connectivity to your hardware code and algorithms with Enyx rock-solid and acclaimed Ethernet IP Cores. Minimize time-to-market with our full RTL implementation and support. Stay always at the forefront of technology with our frequent updates with the latest latency improvements and optimizations.
- Management of layers 1 and 2 (OSI Model), compliant with
- Layer 1: IEEE802.3
- Layer 2: IEEE802.3, ARP (Address Resolution Protocol)
- Multiple Interface
- Up to 8 logical interfaces per instance
- Avalon/AXI-4 Streaming
- 64-bit wide interface running at 250 MHz for MAC client port
- IP configuration/management
- 32-bit Avalon-MM/AXI- 4 lite slave control interface for MAC configuration
- Status and statistics available for monitoring at MAC session level
- PHY Interface
- PMA Parallel Data between PCS and vendor PMA (PMA Direct Mode for Altera
- MII 64-bit Streaming Interface between PCS and MAC
- Best-in-class latency from the wire to the user’s own logic.
- 10G Ethernet connectivity. Maximum bandwidth delivered.
- Full RTL Enyx proprietary ultra-low latency hardware MAC and PCS implementations.
- Clock configurable at up to 250 MHz, for improved latency results.
- Easy to use standardized Avalon and AXI-4 interfaces.
- Multiple instances per FPGA and multiple logical interfaces per instance, each of them with a unique MAC address.
- nxMAC + nxPCS IP Core
- Libraries for functional simulation
- Synthesizable VHDL and Verilog RTL (encrypted) for synthesis/implementation
- nxMAC + nxPCS Testbench
- Client-Server Reference Designs
- Simulation environment and scripts
- Quartus II and Vivado Synthesis/implementation project for supported partner’s boards
- Complete Documentation
- User’s manual
- Getting started guide
- Technical Support and Maintenance Updates
- 1 year of technical support
- 1 year of IP updates
Block Diagram of the 10G Ultra-low latency MAC + PCS IP core for FPGAs