Kit users can use either the PCI Express® or the USB as the interface
between the FPGA device and the PC's host processor. The provided reference FPGA designs, with evaluation versions
of the logicBRICKS IP cores, can be used as bases for in-house developments and can save months of development time. The PCIe Companion Chip Controller IP core and the USB firmware are
provided to kit users free of charge. The pre-designed PCIe and USB interfaces allow designers to focus on the rest of the system and its differentiating functions.
Xylon provides a full set of Linux drivers
for all logicBRICKS IP cores included in the reference FPGA designs, as well as demo software applications for Linux.