SAN JOSE, Calif., April 26, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Xilinx, Inc. (NASDAQ: XLNX) today announced immediate availability of the latest edition of its quarterly Xcell Journal magazine at http://www.xilinx.com/publications/xcellonline/index.htm.
Xcell Journal's cover story examines Xilinx's Zynq™-7000 extensible processing platform, a new class of device that mates a dual ARM® Cortex™-A9 MPCore processor with low power programmable logic and hardened peripheral IP on a single piece of silicon. The issue also offers readers methodology and how-to articles, including an article by researchers at the Australian government-funded Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) who are using Xilinx Virtex™-5 and Virtex-6 FPGAs in the most advanced set of radio astronomy telescopes to date.
"This is a standout issue with great depth and breadth of content and numerous embedded-processing-related pieces," said Xcell Journal Publisher Mike Santarini. "In addition to a cover story on Xilinx's new Zynq-7000 EPP family, the issue includes a great tutorial on the basics of FPGA-based processing for those just becoming familiar with FPGAs. For more advanced users, the issue includes a piece from research at Kalyaev Scientific Research Institute of Multiprocessor Computer Systems in Russia, describing their Xilinx FPGA-powered high performance computer system."
Once again, Xcell Journal invites readers to write a humorous caption for an interesting piece of art in Xclamations section for a chance to win a new Spartan®-6 FPGA SP601 Evaluation Kit. After deliberations, Xcell Journal's staff will award the author of the best caption with a new Spartan-6 FPGA SP601 Evaluation Kit and recognize second and third place submissions with a Xilinx promotional gift.
See contest rules at http://www.xilinx.com/publications/xcellonline/Xcell_Contest_Terms.pdf
Xcell Journal Highlights
Zynq-7000 EPP Sets Stage for New Era of Innovations
Design Methodology and Application Features
- Xcellence in Aerospace: High-Performance FPGAs Take Flight in Microsatellites
- Xcellence in Automotive: Fast Startup for Xilinx FPGAs
- Xcellence in High-Performance Computing: Reconfigurable System Uses Large FPGA Computation Fields
- Xcellence in Scientific Apps: Xilinx FPGAs Beam Up Next-Gen Radio Astronomy
- FPGA101: Area-Efficient Design of the SAD Function on FPGAs
- FPGA101: Demystifying FPGAs for Software
- Xpert Corner: Book Excerpt: "FPGA-Based Prototyping Methodology Manual"
Opinions, News and Upcoming Events
- Letter From the Publisher: It's Spring—Let the Innovation Begin!
- Xtra Xtra: The latest Xilinx tool updates and patches, as of March 2011
- Xamples: A mix of new and popular application notes
- Xpert Opinion: Breaking Barrier with FPGA-Based Design-for-Prototyping
- Supply an Xceptional Caption for Our Artwork and Win an SP601 Evaluation Kit (See contest rules)
About Xcell Journal
Xcell Journal is an award-winning quarterly magazine that provides electronic designers of programmable digital systems with in-depth technical information regarding the latest advances in hardware and software technologies, systems, applications, services, and support. This digital magazine is available free and accessible on any standard Internet browser, requiring no software downloads and allowing readers to browse, search, make notes, email author and click through to advertiser web sites.
Xcell Journal is distributed worldwide to a subscriber base of application engineers, consultants, corporate executives, and engineering managers; hardware, software and system engineers; marketing professionals, educators, and researchers. For additional information, or to download individual Xcell Journal articles in PDF format, go to Xcell Online. To subscribe now, go to http://xilinx.performark.com/subscriptions/.
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