Monday, February 20, 2012

Xilinx demos at Embedded World 2012

NUREMBERG, GERMANY: Xilinx Inc. will highlight the advantages of programmable system integration for enabling embedded systems designers to achieve the best functionality, power efficiency, form factor and time to market with 16 booth demonstrations planned for Embedded World 2012 at the Nuremberg Exhibition Centre, Feb. 28 to Mar. 1.

Demonstrations at the Xilinx booth, #205 Hall 1, will leverage the strengths of Xilinx programmable devices including 7 series FPGAs and the Zynq-7000 extensible processing platform (EPP), which feature innovations such as Xilinx's Agile Mixed Signal (AMS) analog interface and 28nm High-Performance Low-Power (HPL) FPGA process technology. Moreover, they will show how Xilinx is transforming beyond a traditional FPGA supplier to a much broader programmable platforms provider, enabling developers to build better embedded systems faster.

Expansion initiatives and a growing support ecosystem, including Targeted Design Platforms (TDPs), plug-and-play IP, optimized operating systems, virtual platforms, next-generation design tools, and Xilinx Alliance Program members, contribute to an enhanced level of value in the embedded design process.

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