The rise of off-the-shelf Zynq-based boards
When we released the Mars ZX3 SoC module earlier this year, it was the first commercially available Xilinx Zynq-based off-the-shelf board; Max Maxfield, editor in chief of All Programmable Planet and editor of EE Times' Programmable Logic DesignLine, has cannily noted this in a recent blog post, The Rise of Off-the-Shelf Zynq-based Boards. Click through for an interesting read.
Video: Mars ZX3 Android demo
A video demo of the Mars ZX3 module running Android is now online!
The Mars ZX3 SoC module is equipped with a powerful, Xilinx® Zynq®-7020 All Programmable SoC device, making it an excellent hardware platform for embedded operating systems such as Android, Linux, VxWorks and eCos - see Android in action on the Mars ZX3 page.
Mars ZX3 modules now in production
Mars ZX3 modules with production FPGAs are now in production! Modules with both commercial and industrial temperature grades are expected to be available in May; orders are now being accepted.
Enclustra announces Linux, eCos, Android and VxWorks on the Mars ZX3 SoC module
In the build up to Embedded World 2013 in Nuremberg, Enclustra announces Linux, eCos, Android and VxWorks operating system support on the Mars ZX3 SoC module. Read the full press release here.
The first Mercury KX1 prototypes hit the test harness
The first prototypes have hit the test harness this week. Production modules are expected to be available starting April 2013, and can be ordered now.
The Mercury KX1 FPGA module offers the best performance-to-price-ratio Xilinx® Kintex®-7 FPGAs in conjunction with the latest high-speed standard interfaces like USB 3.0, PCIe Gen2 and Gigabit Ethernet. With up to 406,720 LUTs, up to 1,540 DSP slices, many LVDS-capable I/Os and large DDR3 SDRAM, the Mercury KX1 is as well-suited for high-end digital signal processing, communications and networking as it is for high-speed I/O applications. more
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