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Arria 10 can save data on local memory for task use ?

clh01s
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for example 

i have a arrary . the array have 1million element. i want save the array to board local memory to avoid PC to FPGA transmission expenses.

have any solution? 

Many thanks in advance for any help.

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MathiasB
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Hi,

Can you give more information?

What is an "element" in your case (how many bits)?

Where is located the array to begin with?

You are speaking of "board local memory"; are you talking about the Arria 10 BRAM or an external memory component? If you want to use Arria 10's embedded memory, can you tell which Arria 10 variation you have?

Also, do you need non-volatile storage?

clh01s
Beginner
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Hi,

1.element is the double type number.

2.board local memory is the Arria 10 BRAM 

3.i have A10 pac

4.I'm use openCL develop

thank

MathiasB
New Contributor I
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So you'd need 64 Mb internal storage, right? It seems too much data for any Arria 10 of the series...

There seems to be a DDR4 on board. Can you use that for your application?

 

I do not know much about OpenCL and PAC, so I cannot give much help, sorry.

clh01s
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thank you.

BoonBengT_Intel
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Hi @clh01s,

 

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BoonBengT_Intel
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Hi @clh01s,

 

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