Xilinx Zynq® UltraScale+ MPSoCs Multiprocessors

Xilinx Zynq® UltraScale+ MPSoCs Multiprocessors

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Xilinx Zynq® UltraScale+ MPSoCs Multiprocessors feature 64-bit processor scalability that combines real-time control with soft and hard engines for graphics, video, waveform, and packet processing. The multiprocessor systems-on-chip devices are built on a common real-time processor and programmable logic-equipped platform. UltraScale+ MPSoC Multiprocessors consist of three distinct variants (dual-core, quad-core, and video code-c). Dual-core application processor-equipped (CG) devices are optimal for industrial motor control and sensor fusion. Quad-core application processor-equipped (EG) devices excel in wired and wireless infrastructure, data center, and Aerospace and Defense applications. Video codec-equipped (EV) devices are ideal for multimedia, Automotive ADAS, and surveillance applications.

Features

  • Quad- or dual-core ARM Cortex A53 application processing unit
  • Dual-core ARM Cortex-R5 real-time processing unit
  • ARM Mali-400 MP2 graphics processing unit
  • Video codec unit
  • Xen Hypervisor enables multiple concurrent operating systems on the Cortex-A53 APU
  • Xilinx OpenAMP communicates and manages independent processors and software stacks
  • ARM-trusted firmware guarantees secure access and protect key system resources
  • Boot loaders manage system from power-on-reset with many advanced features including decryption and authentication
  • Dynamic power management
  • High-speed connectivity
  • Advanced security, safety, and reliability
  • Low-power 16nm FinFET+ FPGA Fabric from TSMC
  • Breakthrough interconnect bandwidth
  • Massive memory interface bandwidth
  • Enhanced DSP slices for diverse applications
  • Massive I/O bandwidth and protocol/optimized
  • Open-source operating systems
  • Development environment
  • QEMU emulation platform
  • Ecosystem support

To learn more about the Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoCs, visit www.mouser.com/xilinx-zynq-ultrascale-mpsocs.

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