Arastu Systems Announces FPGA Implementation for Their Low Latency Switch Solution

Financial trading systems companies require an ethernet solution that provides low latency during real-time payload. Considering the application needs, Arastu Systems, a product engineering company, has their Low latency Ethernet Switch solution validated on FPGA. They verified the real-time speed for the solution by monitoring live traffic.

Santa Clara, CA, February 08, 2019 --( Arastu Systems, a product engineering company, today announces successful implementation of their Ethernet 1G/10G Digital Soft IP Solution on a 4-Port Xilinx FPGA Platform. The solution is specifically designed for Time-Critical applications such as Financial Trading Systems, which demands lower latency, as negligence even by a millisecond can be catastrophic for business.

Arastu’s Ethernet low latency Switch is highly configurable and supports up to 24 Ports. Each port can act as 10M/100M/1G/2.5G/10G. Additionally, it supports major features such as Software based Multi-cast grouping, CAM/RAM based look up, configuration through management port and more. The switch is also designed to offer optional support for Precision Time Protocol (PTP) 1588, considering the demand for the ethernet solution in the automotive market.

Arastu Systems team of ethernet experts have validated the solution, configured for 4-Port on a Virtex-7 VC709 FPGA Board. Each FPGA port is connected to a system. During the validation process, live traffic from various sources were initiated to verify the real-time speed for the solution. The validation also covers and verifies that the solution provides low latency during real-time payload. One can access the details regarding FPGA validation at,

“During the sales process, customers always asked whether the solution had undergone rigorous testing and validation,” says Umesh Patel, CEO, Arastu Systems. “Our engineering efforts have proven the solution to be working on multiple hardware platforms with native ethernet drivers.”
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Harsh Parikh