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Designing Advanced Embedded Systems with Xilinx Zynq: How to Break Software Bottlenecks with Accelerators

Original Air Date: Sep 5, 2013 | Duration: 60 minutes Webinar
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Overview:
The Xilinx Zynq-7000 All Programmable SoC represents a relatively new alternative in the embedded landscape that addresses these challenges in a different way. This innovative device allows you to make hardware and software tradeoffs throughout the design phase and even after the design has shipped. The Zynq All Programmable SoC has a unique architecture that combines dual ARM Cortex-A9 processor cores with programmable hardware and programmable I/O on one piece of silicon. The architecture leverages familiar, SoC-like design tools and methodologies through the Vivado Design Suite, which provides multiple design entry points in C, C++, HDL, System C, MatLab, and LabView so that system architects and designers can enter the design flow at a familiar level. Vivado allows you to rapidly prototype and make tradeoffs throughout the product lifecycle and to leverage software and logic IP from existing designs to reduce the required time and effort needed to bring a product to market.

This Webinar will cover:
  • How to analyze a design and determine the software that would benefit from acceleration
  • How to develop and integrate a hardware accelerator
  • An overview of the Vivado tool suite showing the complete, step-by-step way to develop products using the Zynq platform

Who Should Attend:
This technology Webinar is appropriate for embedded system architects, software engineers, hardware engineers, and technical project managers seeking ways to meet tough design objectives quickly and efficiently with a minimum of design risk.

If you missed the first of these Zynq Webinars, "Designing Advanced Embedded Systems with Xilinx Zynq All Programmable SoCs," you can still see the archived version. Click here.

Presenter:
Barrie Mullins, Zynq Development Director, Xilinx
Barrie Mullins is development director of Zynq at Xilinx, with responsibility for leveraging Zynq across various markets in multiple products while permitting customization through software, hardware, interconnect, and I/O. Mullins joined Xilinx in 2001 and has held key product management, design center and business development positions.



Rob Armstrong Jr., Processor Specialist FAE, Xilinx
Rob Armstrong is an embedded systems specialist applications engineer at Xilinx, with responsibility for assisting customers designing with Zynq on multiple products across all market segments. Rob joined Xilinx in 2003 and has been a key contributor on dozens of complex Xilinx embedded systems designs worldwide.

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Troendle Posted Aug 29, 2013

It is true that Software has lot's of issues with bottlenecks lol In fact Software is a Bottleneck and the instructions come one at the time One Logic operation at the time.. FPGA has million gates 400+ IO's hmm..

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Troendle Posted Aug 29, 2013

It is true that Software has lot's of issues with bottlenecks lol In fact Software is a Bottleneck and the instructions come one at the time One Logic operation at the time.. FPGA has million gates 400+ IO's hmm..

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