What is FPGA Zync UltraScale+? | Webcast

These FPGA modules provide a programmable Xilinx Zynq® UltraScale+™ MPSoC

What is FPGA Zync UltraScale+? Acromag’s APZU series modules provide a programmable Xilinx Zynq® UltraScale+™ multiprocessor system on a chip (MPSoC). This MPSoC combines a feature-rich ARM-based processing system and programmable logic in a single device.

The AcroPack® APZU Mini PCIe FPGA Series is the smallest, most economical platform to host a Zynq MPSoC FPGA computing device.

This video is part three of a three-part series in collaboration with Vic Myers Associates discussing the use of FPGAs and their applications.

Designers can increase overall system performance by leveraging the tightly coupled CPU and FPGA computing engines for different signal processing tasks in a very small and cost-effective form factor.

Top Features and Benefits Include:

  • Smallest mezzanine module with the power of a Zynq MPSoC FPGA.
  • Integrated multi-core ARM processor and FPGA Extensive I/O and communication capabilities.
  • Rugged, high-density, cost-effective platform Xilinx® Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC ARM Cortex™ A53 & R5 CPUs Programmable logic.

 

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Acromag APZU Series

Acromag FPGA Products

What is FPGA Zynq UltraScale+ with MPSoC? | Technology Paper

What are FPGAs and FPGA Applications? | Webcast Replay (part 1 of this series)

How to Use Vivado for FPGA Modifications | Webcast Replay (Part 2 of this series)

Migrating from VME to VPX or PCIe: Top 6 Considerations | Webcast Replay

What is FPGA Zynq UltraScale+ with MPSoC? | Acromag Tech Paper