25 Jun '13, 8am

Altera introduces FPGA-Based HSR/PRP reference design targeting smart grid ... - Digitimes #SmartGrid

Altera introduces FPGA-Based HSR/PRP reference design targeting smart grid automation equipment Press release [Tuesday 25 June 2013] Altera Corporation expanded its FPGA-based solutions targeting smart energy systems by announcing a High-availability Seamless Redundancy (HSR) and Parallel Redundancy Protocol (PRP) reference design targeting smart grid substation automation equipment. Developed jointly with Flexibilis Oy, a provider of networking equipment and technologies for wireless and wired applications, the IEC 62439-3-compliant reference design includes Flexibilis Redundant Switch (FRS) intellectual property (IP) implemented on an Altera low-power, low-cost Cyclone-class FPGA or Cyclone V SoC. The reference design simplifies development and implementation of highly reliable mission-critical communications systems in smart grid substations. "A key trend today in devel...

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