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Parallel FPGA system testing with multiple sites, targets and users

FPGA Prototyping and IP Verification with maximum visibility at speed

Complex multi-FPGA debug

Exostiv Blade Benefits

  • Better enterprise-level test infrastructure scalability & management
  • CAPEX and OPEX savings by enabling broader FPGA platform choice and workloads allocation between test sites
  • Enables multi-site, multi-target, multi-user FPGA test infrastructures with 24/7 operation
  • Bridges debug to pre-production tests with a common infrastructure
  • Uncompromised massive data capture at speed of operation enables quick test execution in environment and efficient analysis
Exostiv Blade enables multi-site, multi-target, multi-user FPGA test infrastructures.

Exostiv Blade waveform viewer


  • Xilinx FPGA support: Ultrascale, Ultrascale+
  • Connects to FPGA transceivers through standard interfaces at up to 28 Gbps each
  • Modular chassis able to include multiple hardware units
  • Up to 450 Gbps / 4x QSFP28 / 512 GB per hardware unit (x N)
  • Simultaneous capture from multiple FPGA at target speed of operation
  • Multi-user capable host
  • Included client application for remote control
  • Remote management interface
  • Python scripting for session automation & data post processing
  • Waveform viewer for local and remote waveform databases

Video demonstration

Exostiv Blade – Managing multiple sites, targets and users.
Exostiv Blade test setup with multiple targets and sites, with Python API
This post reviews key Exostiv Blade features as a multi-user and multi-target appliance for FPGA debug, verification and test. It includes a video demonstration of Exostiv Blade in action.

Standard configurations

Standard packages are displayed below. Contact us for customized configurations.

Exostiv Blade 400

Exostiv Blade 400E

Exostiv Blade 1200E

  • 450 Gbps (4 x 112.5 Gbps QSFP28)

  • 64 GB (16 GB per connector)

  • Remote Access

  • Multi-User

  • Multi-FPGA

  • 450 Gbps (4 x 112.5 Gbps QSFP28)*

  • 64 GB (16 GB per connector)*

  • Remote Access

  • Multi-User

  • Multi-FPGA

* Upgradeable

  • 1.350 Tbps (12 x 112.5 Gbps QSFP28)

  • 1.536 TB (128 GB per connector)

  • Remote Access

  • Multi-User

  • Multi-FPGA

Detailed technical specifications

System Overview & Supported Devices

Supported FPGA devicesXilinx Series 7, Zynq, Ultrascale and Ultrascale+
EXOSTIV Blade connectivity with targetQSFP28 - QSFP+
SFP28 - SFP+
Samtec ERF6-ERM6
Other (contact us)
EXOSTIV Blade Capture Client Software1 seat included with Exostiv Blade;
Optional additional clients
EXOSTIV Blade Core Inserter Software1 seat included with Exostiv Blade;
Optional additional licenses seats
Required additional softwareXilinx Vivado

Features per type of chassis


2U chassis

Max bandwidth

450 Gbps

1.350 Tbps

Max. capture mem.

512 GB

1.536 TB

Max. capture memory per connector

128 GB

128 GB

Max QSFP28 ports



Max. nodes per IP



Unlimited FPGA sampling frequency (target-dependent)

Multi-FPGA capture

Multiple IP instances per FPGA

Simultaneous users


*Preliminary. Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.


Exostiv Blade connects to FPGA chips transceivers. The standard connectivity is QSFP28, supporting up to 4 transceivers at 25 Gbps each (up to 100 Gbps per connector).
Compatible connectivity such as QSFP+ and connecting with adapters are supported – provided the bandwidth capabilities of the chosen interface.
Exostiv Blade standard and compatible connection options - standard is QSFP28 to 4 transceivers with total bandwidth of 100 Gbps per connector

Exostiv Blade IP overview
Overview of Exostiv Blade IP architecture

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