Infinity Perun processor is a reconfigurable processing platform for nanosatellites which can be used as an on-board computer as well as a payload processor. Unique FPGA based architecture enables reconfiguring communication interfaces and GPIOs based on system requirements and avoids hardware obsolescence due to changing engineering requirements throughout missions.


  • SmartFusion 2 SOC with Cortex M3 Processor
  • SEU Immune 256 kB internal e-NVM and 64 kB internal SRAM
  • 4 Mbit SEU immune SPI MRAM
  • 512 Mbit SPI Flash as reconfiguration memory and general-purpose store
  • Latch-up protection on all power supplies
  • 20 MHz external oscillator, 32kHz RTC oscillator plus 2 internal clock sources
  • On-orbit reprogrammable
  • SPI flash memory
  • Any combination of UART, SPI, I2C, and other interfaces
  • 36 user configurable GPIOs at 3V3
  • 34 user configurable GPIOs at 2V5
  • Form factor: 55mm x 40mm card with high density interconnect (HDI)
  • Space qualified to NASA GEVS standard
  • Flight heritage since 202
Cubesat computer
Perun offers all the advantages of the Volkh processing platform in terms of reconfiguration capability and flexibility as it is based on the same FPGA SoC architecture. However, Perun comes in an even smaller form factor and it does not offer as much memory resources as the Volkh.  FPGA SoC based processor comes in a small form factor and enhances its flexibility as a platform/payload processor.

In-orbit re-programmability of Perun processor enables the ability to rectify hardware/ software faults during missions. Additionally, the feature enables the utilization of different firmware based on mission stages and power requirements.

Perun processor comes with a range of data storage options including SEU tolerant MRAM and Flash memory.

Perun is an evolution of MiniVolkh-2.0 processor which is qualified to NASA GEVS standard and has flight heritage since 2020. In addition to all the features of MiniVolkh-2.0, Perun has greater number of user-configurable GPIOs to further facilitate complex nano-satellite missions.

Perun Processing Platform is made under license from UNSW.