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Semiconductor designer Advanced Micro Devices on Tuesday said it has agreed to buy Xilinx in a $35 billion all-stock deal that will intensify its battle with Intel in the data center chip market. AMD CEO Lisa Su joins "Squawk on the Street" to discuss. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO: 🤍 The semiconductor industry is experiencing historic consolidation, thanks to a wild rally in the stock market. In the past six weeks, two of the biggest three acquisitions ever in the chip industry have been announced, after AMD said on Tuesday that it’s buying Xilinx for $35 billion. Last month, Nvidia agreed to acquire Arm from SoftBank in a deal worth $40 billion. The only deal keeping those two from being the largest in history was Avago’s $37 billion purchase of Broadcom, which was announced in 2015. The company assumed the name Broadcom. Both Nvidia and AMD are taking advantage of run-ups in market value to bulk up in the data center, where cloud deployments and new workloads are driving hefty spending. Nvidia shares are up 162% in the past year, while AMD’s stock has climbed 141%. In the universe of large-cap tech companies, only software vendors Zoom and Shopify have performed better. AMD’s purchase of Xilinx is all stock, and Nvidia is paying mostly stock to SoftBank for Arm, along with some cash. “They both are using their stock appreciation to conduct M&A,” said Matthew Bryson, an analyst at Wedbush Securities who has the equivalent of a buy rating on AMD and Nvidia. “Technology within the data center market is diversifying and I think both of these companies believe they can better serve that market with a fuller range of solutions.” AMD has been going head-to-head with Intel in the market for server chips. AMD said at its analyst day in March that it expects data center revenue to account for 30% of total sales by about 2023, up from 15% in 2019. That was before purchasing Xilinx, which develops programmable processors and powers networking and storage products. “Together, we will be a stronger strategic force powering the next generation datacenter,” AMD CEO Lisa Su said on Tuesday’s conference call after the announcement. Nvidia comes at the data center market through its graphics processing units (GPUs), which improve the performance of servers, particularly when heavy artificial intelligence algorithms are involved. Arm specializes in smaller chips for a whole range of connected devices, especially mobile devices like smartphones. Nvidia plans to bring those technologies together to handle more advanced data center workloads. “Today, the Internet connects billions of people to giant cloud data centers,” Nvdia CEO Jensen Huang said on the call with analysts after the announcement. “In the future, trillions of devices will be connected to millions of data centers, creating a new Internet of Things that is thousands of times bigger than today’s Internet of people.” Intel, meanwhile, has been lagging a market that it once dominated. The company said earlier this week that quarterly revenue in its data center business fell 7% from a year earlier, missing analysts’ estimates. The stock is down 19% in the past year, the second-worst performance among large tech companies, behind only Cisco. » Subscribe to CNBC TV: 🤍 » Subscribe to CNBC: 🤍 » Subscribe to CNBC Classic: 🤍 Turn to CNBC TV for the latest stock market news and analysis. From market futures to live price updates CNBC is the leader in business news worldwide. The News with Shepard Smith is CNBC’s daily news podcast providing deep, non-partisan coverage and perspective on the day’s most important stories. Available to listen by 8:30pm ET / 5:30pm PT daily beginning September 30: 🤍 Connect with CNBC News Online Get the latest news: 🤍 Follow CNBC on LinkedIn: 🤍 Follow CNBC News on Facebook: 🤍 Follow CNBC News on Twitter: 🤍 Follow CNBC News on Instagram: 🤍 🤍 #CNBC #CNBCTV
This video describes the complete simulation flow step by step for VHDL Code using Xilinx ISE Design Suite 14.7 . It helps beginners to understand the working of AND gate along with simulation waveforms.
Before Christmas I received an email from Xilinx lawyers. Wow, I do not have words on Xilinx behavior. They do not even bother to answer my emails and explain the situation.
STH Main Site Article: 🤍 STH Merch on Spring: 🤍 STH Top 5 Weekly Newsletter: 🤍 The Xilinx Kria KV260 FPGA-based Video AI Development Kit is a huge step in bringing FPGA solutions to a wider developer community. Xilinx even has a Kria app store to make integration even easier. Timestamps 00:00 Introduction 05:25 0 to FPGA Video AI in Minutes 14:39 Up and Running with the Smart Camera App 17:22 The Xilinx Kria App Store 18:31 The "so what" of the Xilinx KV260 AI Kit 20:25 Pricing and Accessories 22:55 Wrap-up 26:00 Outtakes Other STH Content Mentioned in this Video - Xilinx Kria Launch: 🤍 - TinyPilot KVM: 🤍
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FPGA and SoC hardware design overview and basics for a Xilinx Zynq-based System-on-Module (SoM). What circuitry is required and what to pay attention to (decoupling, configuration, voltages, sequencing, pull-ups/pull-downs, etc.) when designing more advanced hardware. Example design for Xilinx Zynq XC7Z007S System-on-Chip (SoC) in a CSG225 BGa package. Including multi-voltage buck converters, DDR termination regulators, DDR3L memory, QSPI and EMMC memory, and more! Mixed-signal hardware design course: 🤍ion [SUPPORT] Free trial of Altium Designer: 🤍 PCBA from $0 (Free Setup, Free Stencil): 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 [LINKS] Avnet MiniZed: 🤍 Zynq Pins: 🤍 GitHub: 🤍 [TIMESTAMPS] 00:00 Zynq Introduction 01:19 System-on-Module (SoM) 01:46 Datasheets, Application Notes, Manuals, ... 02:40 Altium Designer Free Trial 03:01 Schematic Overview 04:40 Power Supplies 07:50 Zynq Power, Configuration, and ADC 11:47 Zynq Programmable Logic (PL) 14:14 Zynq Processing System (PS) (Bank 500) 15:32 Pin-Out with Xilinx Vivado 17:52 QSPI and EMMC Memory, Zynq MIO Config 19:05 Zynq PS (Bank 501) 20:16 DDR3L Memory 22:55 Mezzanine (Board-to-Board) Connectors ID: QIBvbJtYjWuHiTG0uCoK
For live streaming applications where every millisecond counts, the AMD Xilinx Video SDK has been released and is now available to Alveo U30 media accelerator users through on-premises setups (support by AWS's Amazon EC2 VT1 instances coming soon). It adds enhancements to the pervious feature rich Video SDK. For Alveo U30 media accelerator card users who need to handle a growing volume of video transcoding workloads, this Video SDK adds several enhancements Including: • Ultra low latency (ULL) encoding • Dynamic GOP • Min/max frame quantization parameter (QP) bounding These enhancements are applicable to GStreamer, FFmpeg, and XMA (C-API). This Video SDK along with the multimedia framework/toolkit further enables users to cost-effectively scale their live video transcoding with even greater ease. See What’s New of the Video SDK Release Notes on GitHub for the full list of enhancements. Discover more: 🤍 * Subscribe: 🤍 Join the AMD Red Team Community: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Follow us on Twitch: 🤍 Follow us on LinkedIn: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 ©2023 Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. AMD, the AMD Arrow Logo, and combinations thereof are trademarks of Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. in the United States and other jurisdictions. Other names are for informational purposes only and may be trademarks of their respective owners.
Purchase your FPGA Development Board here: 🤍 Boards Compatible with the tools I use in my Tutorials: 🤍 Hello! My name is Greidi, and I’m an electrical engineer. I hope you enjoyed this tutorial about how to Create First Xilinx FPGA Programming Project using Xilinx SoCs/FPGAs and Vivado Desing Suite. Hopefully learning FPGA programming is something you want to continue doing. Xilinx FPGA Programming Tutorials is a series of videos helping beginners to get started with xilinx fpga programming. Thumbs up if you like verilog HDL as well! There will be more tutorials like this, so consider subscribing to my YouTube channel. If you have any feedback for me – feel free to write it into the comments section below. Board Schematic: 🤍 Master XDC File: 🤍 Links to videos mentioned in this tutorial: How to download and Install Vivado Design Suite? - 🤍 What is an FPGA? - 🤍 What is a System on a Chip (SoC)? – 🤍
Creation and Simulation of simplest Project in Xilinx ISE Design Suite 14.7 and In the creation of this video we have used web pack version of Xilinx ISE Design Suite 14.7
🤍 🤍 - FPGA (Field-Programmable Gate Arrays) are electronic devices which are programmable with a configuration memory to implement arbitrary electronic circuits. While they have been used for decades to implement various adaptable electronic components, they got some traction more recently to be used as generic programmable accelerators more suitable for software programmers. There are already HLS (High-Level Synthesis) tools to translate some functions written with languages like C/C into equivalent electronic circuits which can be called from programs running on processors to accelerate parts of a global application, often in an energy-efficient way. The current limitation is that there are 2 different programs: the host part, running the main application, and the device part, glued together with an interface library without any type-safety guaranty. Since the C standard does not address yet the concept of hardware heterogeneity and remote memory, the Khronos Group organization has developed SYCL, an open standard defining an executable DSL (Domain-Specific Language) using pure modern C without any extension. There are around 10 different SYCL implementations targeting various devices allowing a single-source C application to run on CPU and controlling various accelerators (CPU, GPU, DSP, AI...) in a unified way by using different backends at the same time in a single type-safe C program. We present a SYCL implementation 🤍 targeting Xilinx Alveo FPGA cards by merging 2 different open-source implementations, Intel’s oneAPI DPC with some LLVM passes from triSYCL. For a C audience, this presentation gives a concrete example on why the C standard does not describe detailed execution semantics (stack, cache, registers...): because C can be executed on devices which are not even processors. While this presentation targets FPGA and a SYCL implementation from a specific vendor, the content provides also: - a generic introduction to FPGA which should be interesting outside of Xilinx or even without the use of SYCL; - how C can be translated in some equivalent electronic circuits; - a generic introduction to SYCL which should be interesting for people interested to know more about heterogeneous programming and C, beyond only FPGA. - Ronan Keryell Ronan Keryell is principal software engineer at Xilinx Research Labs, where he works on high-level programming models for heterogeneous systems, such as FPGA and CGRA, with the open-source 🤍 SYCL implementation. He is the specification editor of the SYCL standard, member of the SYCL, SPIR & OpenCL standard committees from Khronos Group & ISO C committee. Ronan Keryell received his MSc in Electrical Engineering and PhD in Computer Science in 1992 from École Normale Supérieure of Paris & University of Paris Sud (France), on the design of a massively parallel RISC-based VLIW-SIMD graphics computer (a Jurassic GPU ancestor...) and its programming environment. He spent some time in the academia teaching and working on automatic parallelization, compilation of PGAS languages (High-Performance Fortran), high-level synthesis and co-design, networking and secure computing. He was co-founder of 3 start-ups, mainly in the area of High-Performance Computing, and was the technical lead of the Par4All automatic parallelizer at SILKAN, targeting OpenMP, CUDA & OpenCL from sequential C & Fortran. Before joining Xilinx, he worked at AMD on programming models for GPU. - Videos Filmed & Edited by Bash Films: 🤍 YouTube Channel Managed by Digital Medium Ltd 🤍
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You should be super excited about FPGAs and how they allow open source projects to do hardware development. In this talk I will cover a basic introduction into what an FPGA is and can do, what an FPGA toolchain is, and how much things sucked when the only option was to use proprietary toolchains. The SymbiFlow project changed this and I’ll discuss what is currently supported including a demo of Linux on a RISC-V core with a cheap Xilinx FPGA development board. Slides for this talk: 🤍 Read the article on Hackaday: 🤍 Learn more about Symbiflow: 🤍 Follow Tim on Twitter: 🤍
Semiconductor designer Advanced Micro Devices on Tuesday said it has agreed to buy Xilinx in a $35 billion all-stock deal. Matt Ramsay, managing director and senior research analyst at Cowen, joins CNBC's "The Exchange" to give his take on AMD's move on Xilinx.
Learn about the role of the BootROM in the Xilinx embedded software stack! The BootROM is a key component of the Zynq-7000, Zynq UltraScale+, and Versal families of Adaptive SoCs. Get a brief overview of the boot modes supported by the various families. To get a brief overview of the Xilinx Embedded SW Stack, check out the first video in the series at 🤍
Purchase your FPGA Development Board here: 🤍 Boards Compatible with the tools I use in my Tutorials: 🤍 In this video I'll show you step by step how to create a blinking led! I'll walk you through and explain everything I'm doing in order to create this. For this specific tutorial I created a counter based clock divider in verilog to create a blinking led. I hope that these Xilinx FPGA Programming tutorials are helping you to further develop understanding in FPGA programming. Let me know how I can improve my tutorials - any feedback is welcome! Every Wednesday I'll post a new video on my YouTube channel - although, I'll try to post 1 additional video once a month! Subscribe for new tutorials, product reviews, and conceptual videos. Feel free to leave a comment for any questions you may have.
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This lab video demonstrates the design of basic logic logic gate using Verilog HDL implemented in Xilinx ISE Simulator.
Back this project: 🤍 PicoEVB is an affordable, open source, development board which can be used to evaluate and prototype PCI Express designs using a Xilinx Artix 7 FPGA on Windows or Linux hosts. The boards are designed around the Artix 7 (XC7A50T). PicoEVB front PicoEVB back Use CasesWhile the main intent of PicoEVB is PCIe design prototyping, it can be used as an integrated part of your laptop (or desktop) computer. Use a board as an encryption co-processor for security, or as a hardware-level encoder/decoder for speedy workflows. It’s your FPGA, design what you like. Features & Specifications FeaturePicoEVB FPGAXilinx Artix XC7A50T Form FactorM.2 (NGFF) 2230, keyed for A and E slots Dimensions22 x 30 x 3.8 mm Host InterfacePCIe x1 gen 2 Host ToolsVivado 2016, 2017 MGT LoopbackYes Built-in JTAGYes External Interface4 digital channels OR 1 analog (differential) and 2 digital, OR 2 analog (differential) User-controllable LEDs3 Open Source Software & HardwareThe board schematics in their final form (PDFs) will be published under a permissive license. In additon, major software components are open source: The "cable driver", is already CC0 licenced. All of the host code (PCIe drivers) used in the prototype comes from Xilinx under GPL. The FPGA project is derived from a freely available Xilinx sample project. Files are being published in the project GitHub repository. PicoEVB Block Diagram PicoEVB high-level schematic Compact Size Current FPGA development boards are large. Almost all development kits require a desktop PC, or are designed to sit on a lab bench. NanoEVB aims to change this — the entire development kit fits inside a laptop! In addition, the JTAG cable is built-in, no external cables needed- just plug it into a PCIe slot and go. AffordableFurthermore, to explore PCIe designs, currently you need to spend over $1,000. NanoEVB and PicoEVB have PCIe connectivity to the host computer, and as such, you can design PCIe-based solutions and explore Xilinx’s IP for PCIe solutions without spending a grand and without taking up a ton of space. AccessoriesIf you want a spare six-pin I/O cable, you can order them pre-crimped directly from Digi-Key: Digi-Key Part NumberManufacturerManufacturer Part NumberDescription WM15693-NDMolex0797581010Pico-EZmate pre-crimped leads WM4343-NDMolex0781725006Pico-EZmate rectangular connector housing (6x) #kickstarter #kickbooster #indiegogo #newinventions #gadgets newinventions2021technology #campaign #advertisement #kickstarterproducts #kickstarter2021 #kickstarterprojects #kickstarter #kickbooster #indiegogo #newinventions #gadgets newinventions2021technology #campaign #advertisement #kickstarterproducts #kickstarter2021 #kickstarterprojects ⚠ If there are any copyright issues please contact us. We will remove the video. ⚠ Thanks.
Xilinx Inaugurates Expanded Site in Hyderabad for R&D, Technical Support The 131,000 square-foot office building is more than double the size of the previous site to accommodate engineering labs and collaboration space for end-to-end product development, a larger, energy-efficient data center, and expanded facilities for customer and employee events. The Xilinx India site, which represents the largest R&D centre outside of the company's U.S. headquarters is a critical contributor to Xilinx's success as the world's leading provider of 'all programmable' technologies and devices. This includes its newest, industry leading portfolio of 28nm 7 series and Zynq™-7000 Extensible Processing Platform (EPP) families, which enable breakthroughs in price/performance/watt and programmable systems integration. Currently, more than 400 employees in Hyderabad report into Xilinx's Programmable Platforms Development (PPD) and Worldwide Technical Support groups, which are global organizations responsible for the development and delivery of the company's flagship programmable platforms and support of local, regional and multi-national customers in India. The expansion and increasing role of the Xilinx India engineering team is well aligned with the National Policy on Electronics goals to transform India into a global R&D Hub. #Xilinx #XilinxHyderabad #XilinixR&DCentre ► Watch More Business Videos at India's Leading online business channel 🤍 ► Like us on Facebook: 🤍 ► Watch More Videos on 🤍 ► Subscribe to HYBIZTV Channel: goo.gl/EEXqfu ►Follow us on Twitter 🤍
This week on Dev Kit Weekly, we’re going over Opal Kelly’s XEM8320, the official development platform for the AMD Xilinx Artix UltraScale+ FPGA. Intelligence and perception are inextricably linked, even in electronics. And vision is one of the smartest sensory investments you can make at the edge. Modern vision systems consist of a high-resolution image sensor (of course), an image processing subsystem, I/O that connects the two, plenty of memory, and increasingly, resources that support the local execution of computer vision algorithms. As you can see here, there’s a lot to integrate, even for a prototyping platform. So why not just use what’s already available off-the-shelf, rather than reinventing the wheel. The Opal Kelly XEM8320 is an FPGA Development Platform for the Xilinx Artix UltraScale+ AU25P, whose diverse suite of logic can serve as the heart of next-generation intelligent vision systems. All it’ll cost you is $1,349.95 — plus $99.95 for a SYZYGY-compliant mezzanine module and approximately another $45 per high-resolution camera module like the DIGILENT Pcam 5C. But, if you’d rather save the $1,349.95 for the XEM8320 development kit, you can enter the raffle linked below for a chance to win this one for free, and we’ll ship it to you anywhere in the world. Enter raffle here: 🤍 As always, thanks for watching, and good luck on your intelligent vision system designs. We’ll see you on the next episode of Dev Kit Weekly.
The Kria KR260 Robotics Starter Kit from AMD Xilinx is designed to streamline your prototyping workflow, from robots to factory automation with image-based machine learning. High-end camera ports and readymade accelerated apps make setup a snap. The kit boasts a generous assortment of ports – including quadruple USB and Ethernet banks, HDMI, four PMOD connectors, and a Raspberry Pi-compatible 40-pin header. This kit opens up the K26 SoM – optimized for commercial or industrial edge vision applications – to help you automate the physical world. Subscribe to get more hardware unboxings in your feed! Links: // Product page: 🤍 // Getting started: 🤍 // Kria Robotics Stack: 🤍 // Kria Accelerated Apps & Demos: 🤍 // Whitepapers and other information: 🤍 // Kria K26 SoM: 🤍 // Read more on Hackster News: 🤍 AMD Xilinx provided Hackster a free KR260 dev kit for review.
Walk through of creation of Hello World using Avnet minized board, Xilinx Zynq, Vivado 2020, and Vitis.
RTL Simulation of Xilinx DDS IP core with implementation of simple waveforms and some modulation schemes. Here can be found Math Modelling in Python of some important DSP algorithms and their implementation by using Xilinx IPs with RTL Simulation. All sources are available in my github: 🤍
The VECP (Vision Edge Computing Platform) Starter Kit is an affordable and great evaluation platform for image signal processing applications (ISP), capable of handling 4K video and with an Ultra-low time delay within 0.7 millisecond (ms). It perfectly combines the ISP IP (support processing 4k/30fps streams) and the hardware platform based on Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ ZU3EG MPSoC, integrated with GigE vision IP to support GigE Vision2.0, GenICam V2.4.0, user-defined XML files, and U3 vison IP for industrial machine vision standard. Know more product information at 🤍 MYC-CZU3EG CPU Module youtube video at 🤍
Xilinx Tutorial: This Xilinx video will help you to create a half adder. Design half adder using and & xor gate and using VHDL language is very easy like another adder. Full Playlist: 🤍 To make this experiment easier, you have to know few things: 1. AND & XOR gate concept 2. basic concepts of Xilinx ise 3. how to take input and print output using VHDL If you are a coder and have problems regarding programming language, join our discord server: (Not only programming purpose but also communication, listen songs with many friends) Discord invitation link- 🤍 TELEGRAM: 🤍 #halfadder #xilinx #computerarchitecture
This is just a short video on how to program a Xilinx XC9572XL CPLD on 64bit Windows 10, using the ISE 14.7 toolchain, and a Chinese clone of the DLC9LP platform cable USB. We'll both build the JEDEC file from the original open hardware project repo on GitHub using Xilinx ISE, as well as just take an existing .JED file and program the device directly with Xilinx IMPACT. Also we'll go over how to get the clone platform cable USB drivers installed and basic pre-flight checks with the platform cable connections. This is a video for someone who is just interested in the bottom line of getting the CPLD device programmed and moving forward with the repair or project build, without a need for getting into any hardware description language work. You can view the .JED file with these CPLDs as very similar to the relationship a .JED would be for a FPLA device. Or a .HEX file would be to a PIC controller. Or a .BIN file for a PROM family device. The program cable USB serves a similar role as the device programmer does for these other device types. The open hardware project I show as an example is a retrocomputing one that uses a Xilinx CPLD to replace the Commodore MOS 6509 CPU as used in vintage 80s business computers like the Commodore B128-80 (or Commodore 610 in the EU zone). *The eBay and Amazon search links below are paid links, for which I may be compensated and earn a commission, if you choose to buy the parts and tools shown in this video thru them:* If you're interested in the Chinese clone DLC9LP program cable USB I used that is compatible with the XL devices: 🤍 If you're interested in building this particular open hardware replacement for the MOS 6509 CPU chip I mentioned Fake6509, here's the repo: 🤍 _If I've saved you some $$ here, consider some coins for the coffee tip-jar!_ 🤍 Chapters: 0:00 - Programming overview 0:35 - Platform cable USB Datasheet 1:22 - Programming Software Package 2:01 - Oracle VirtualBox Package 2:37 - Using the software 4:17 - Building the .jed (JEDEC) file 6:22 - Setting up the programming cable 8:14 - Programming the CPLD 10:17 - Programming cable drivers 11:15 - Tips and recommendations #drshock #xilinx _Disclaimer: DrShock, the alias for the human content creator for this YouTube channel, is not responsible for any damages, injuries, losses, or liabilities associated with any repairs, upgrades, or maintenance performed on yours, or any other, property whatsoever. No warranty, express or implied, is made as to the accuracy or completeness of any information provided within this channel. Viewing and using the “as-is" information of this channel is totally at your own risk. Always wear personal protection equipment and follow appropriate product manufacturer service manual guidelines with original manufacturer parts only when performing any repairs, upgrades, or maintenance upon any product._
In this video, we'll cover how to get started with a Xilinx platform. More specifically, we'll go over our Xilinx Starter Package which is an out-of-the-box solution to running an RTOS and communication stacks on the Zynq-7000, Ultrascale+, and Microblaze. For more information about our Xilinx Starter Package, visit 🤍 Looking for an RTOS for your project? Look no further! Our very own Cesium RTOS is a full-featured embedded operating system that was originally forked from Micrium's µC/OS. More details on the following link: 🤍 We are a team of former Micrium and Silicon Labs engineers with over 25 years of experience in designing, maintaining, and supporting the Micrium µC/OS software suite. Our goal is to provide the most reliable, clean, and trusted code to the embedded community. We offer software solutions created by engineers for engineers; we know what it takes to see projects through from start to finish. Let us help you! 🤍 #RTOS #Xilinx #Zynq #Ultrascale+ #Microblaze #C #embeddedsoftware