The design consists of 2 cards, each with an FPGA. Each FPGA receives 6 1280 x 800 HD camera sensors 120 frames per second.
Each FPGA streams the 6 channels to a 10Gb IP UDP Ethernet block (Our own IP block) directly to a PC. Everything is done in pure HW, none of the video flow is handled by the ARM CPU in the PGA in this version. Each 10Gb Ethernet cable transfers 70% of full HW speed, i.e. 7 Gbps, at a total of 14 Gbps for the PC to receive and render.
Of course, FPGAs can also encode and compress incoming data to reduce image flow or process early.