Designing Advanced Embedded Systems with Xilinx Zynq All Programmable SoCs
The Xilinx All Programmable SoC, Zynq-7000 represents a relatively new alternative in the embedded landscape. It does not face the same challenges as traditional processors, ASSPs, and SoC's because this innovative device is designed to be leveraged across multiple markets in multiple products while permitting customization through software, hardware, interconnect, and I/O. The Zynq All Programmable SoC has a unique architecture that combines dual ARM Cortex A9 processor cores with programmable logic and programmable I/O that takes advantage of familiar, SoC-like design tools and methodologies.
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.
- The current landscape for embedded design alternatives: embedded processors, ASSPs, SoCs, and All Programmable SoCs
- The types of systems that particularly benefit from the combined processing and I/O capabilities of Zynq All Programmable SoCs
- How the Xilinx Zynq-7000 All Programmable SoC and the Vivado Design Suite permit the rapid and efficient development of sophisticated, single-chip hardware/software systems.
Vidya Rajagopalan, Vice President, Processing Solutions
Vidya Rajagopalan is vice president of processing solutions for the programmable processor group at Xilinx, with responsibility for development and delivery of the company's Extensible Processing Platform and next-generation programmable processor products. Rajagopalan joined Xilinx in 2009 with more than 20 years of experience in the architecture design and implementation of microprocessors, hard and soft processor cores, memory subsystems, and bus / interconnect architectures. Most recently, she led the development of MIPS Technologies' MIPS 74K soft processor core family from concept to production, including assembling and managing the design team
Barrie Mullins, Zynq Development Director
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.