The NetFPGA SUME is an FPGA-based PCI Express board with I/O capabilities for 10 and 100 Gbps operation, an x8 gen3 PCIe adapter card incorporating Xilinx’s Virtex-7 690T FPGA. It can be used as NIC, multiport switch, firewall, test/measurement environment, and more.
A full description of the board and its potential use cases is provided in the following paper:
Noa Zilberman, Yury Audzevich, G. Adam Covington, Andrew W. Moore, 'NetFPGA SUME: Toward 100 Gbps as Research Commodity,' IEEE Micro, vol.34, no.5, pp.32,41, September-October 2014 (official version) (pdf)
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To see the NetFPGA-SUME repository and Wiki you will need to register.
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Where can I buy a NetFPGA SUME Platform?
It seems that my board is broken, what should I do?
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How can I get involved with the NetFPGA project?
How can I obtain the gateware and software package?
Digilent Hardware documentation wiki about NetFPGA SUME board here.
Once you have used the NetFPGA, we hope that you will contribute to the project.
You can find our Wiki here.