Arkville provides a high-throughput line-rate agnostic conduit between FPGA hardware and GPP software. Using industry-standard AXI interfaces on the FPGA side and DPDK interfaces on the software API/ABI side, Arkville provides an exceptional “out-of-the-box” solution for both hardware and software teams.
Because Arkville was designed with the specific goal of accelerating and empowering DPDK, the performance is significantly higher than one of a naïve DMA implementation on an FPGA.
Arkville SC16 Demo Showing RX/TX Plot.
Key Features and Benefits
Bring your FPGA-based packet processing solutions to market quickly
Future proof your GPP/FPGA application with the DPDK and AXI standards
Line rate agnostic: Operates at any line rate, including 1/5/10/25/40/50/100/400 GbE
Up to 150 Gbps and 120 Mpps with a contemporary PCIe Gen3x16 interface, Gen4 Ready
4 Physical Queue-Pairs (RX/TX) Standard; Up to 128 Physical Queue-Pairs
FPGA Vendor Agnostic RTL
Allows for immediate operation with Xilinx Virtex® UltraScale™ and UltraScale+™ FPGA devices
Open-Source “net/ark” Arkville driver in DPDK 17.05 (see http://dpdk.org/dev/roadmap)
o Ready-to-Go Solution to FPGA/GPP Packet Movement
o 4 Physical Queue-Pairs (RX/TX) Standard; Up to 128 Physical Queue-Pairs
o Single PCIe Physical Function (PF) supporting multiple ports
o Concurrent, Full-Duplex Upstream and Downstream Data Movement
GPP / SOFTWARE SPECIFIC
o DPDK Arkville PMD in DPDK 17.05
o Tested extensively in with DPDK Test Suite (DTS)
o Unencumbered Application BAR (ABAR) for FPGA Application
FPGA / HARDWARE SPECIFIC
o AXI Streaming interfaces for packet movement
o Up to 256 Gbps, 500 Mpps burst traffic (Two 64 Byte wide, 250 MHz, AXI streams)
o Dedicated Application BAR (ABAR) AXI4-Master for the FPGA Application
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