Dallas, Texas 07/20/2015 (Financialstrend) – Xilinx, Inc. (NASDAQ:XLNX) has launched a Public access release for its SDSoC environment that expands the user base of Zynq SoCs and MPSoCs. The new platform features an expanded library, board and design services ecosystem that supports embedded C/C++ application development.
SDx offers a platform that software engineers, as well as developers with little or no FPGA expertise, can use to leverage the power of their programmable hardware. Not only does the development environment boost the productivity of existing Zynq users but also opens new market opportunities.
The public access also comes with an integrated design environment that enhances programming as well as platform development. Xilinx, Inc. (NASDAQ:XLNX) affirms that the new SDSoC development environment comes with 15 qualified boards as well as SoMs covering machine vision as well as software-defined radio applications. The upgraded platform supports enhanced flows of hardware and software partitioning as well as system connectivity exploration and rapid performance estimation.
Xilinx, Inc. (NASDAQ:XLNX) has already partnered with the Industrial Internet Consortium IIC as it moves to drive common architectures and frameworks within Industrial IoT. The company plans to work closely with other IIC members to drive common architectures and frameworks that can enhance the leveraging of the current technologies and extensive technologies.
Growing Market Place
Recently the company inked a deal with China Mobile Research Institute to develop the next generation fronthaul interface. With the expected transition to 5G network on sight, the two companies are looking to work together to develop key technologies and components that can enhance a new fronthaul interface for wireless networks
Separately Chief Executive Officer Moshe Gavrielov believes the company products have a broader appeal beyond the telephone network equipment space. This is after Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) announced it was on course to complete the acquisition of Altera, one of its main rival. Focus according to the executive shifts to expanding the markets that Xilinx, Inc. (NASDAQ:XLNX) currently serves.