Last week, Xilinx posted a 2-minute video showing a Xilinx Virtex UltraScale+ XCVU37P HBM-enhanced FPGA operating with the on-device HBM DRAM communicating at full speed (460Gbytes/sec), error-free, over 32 channels. (See "Virtex UltraScale+ FPGA augmented with co-packaged HBM DRAM operating at full speed (460Gbytes/sec), error-free, on the very first day of silicon bringup.") Bittware has already announced two PCIe boards for these HBM-enhanced Xilinx FPGAs: The XUPVVH: a double-slot board that accommodates HBM-enhanced Virtex UltraScale+ VU35P or VU37P FPGAs (each with 8Gbytes of HBM DRAM) with four QSFP28 optical cages and two DIMM slots that accommodate as much as 256Gbytes of DDR4 SDRAM (128Gbytes/slot). Bittware's XUPVVH double-slot PCIe board, block diagram The XUPSVH: a single-slot board that accommodates HBM-enhanced Virtex UltraScale+ VU33P and VU35P FPGAs (with 4 and 8Gbytes of HBM DRAM respectively) with two QSFP28 optical cages. Bittware's XUPSVH single-slot PCIe board, block diagram As a reminder, Bittware had previously announced the XUPVV4 based on the Virtex UltraScale+ VU13P FPGA. (See "Warning, Naked FPGA: Bittware's XUPVV4 PCIe card goes big using the Xilinx Virtex UltraScale+ VU13P "lidless" FPGA.") Please contact Bittware directly for more information about these PCIe boards.