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System Development

In today’s competitive marketplace, having the ability to rapidly prototype, validate and deploy complex systems can translate to significant time to market advantages. Xilinx SoC, MPSoC and RFSoC devices integrates the software programmability of a processor with the hardware programmability of an FPGA, providing with unrivaled levels of system performance, flexibility, and scalability.  Bringing complex sub-systems together from disparate domains can take many engineering years of effort. Xilinx works closely with world class partners like The Mathworks™ and National Instruments™ to enable rapid system development.

Model-Based Design with MathWorks

Accelerate system implementation with a single system-level development environment that enables rapid design cycles with continuous test and verification. MATLAB and Simulink provide extensive libraries of algorithms and allows teams with limited FPGA design experience to collaborate effectively and reduce time to market by providing a direct path from system requirements to production deployment on Xilinx FPGAs and SoCs.  Learn more at mathworks.com/xilinx.

Platform-based Design with National Instruments RIO Platforms and LabVIEW

Embedded system designers use LabVIEW and National Instruments® (NI) re-configurable I/O (RIO) hardware to abstract the complexity of traditional RTL design and avoid the time consuming tasks of building an operating system, drivers, and middleware for deployment targets.

National Instruments created a platform-based approach to embedded design that includes off the shelf re-configurable hardware and intuitive graphical programming. With a single-click, the NI LabVIEW development environment can compile, debug, and deploy applications written for processor or programmable logic on NI targets. This development environment currently supports multiple Xilinx programmable devices. NI chose Xilinx SoCs and FPGAs for the RIO computing core, platform of over 60 deployable targets. For information about this flow please visit www.ni.com/xilinx.

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