Xilinx MPSoC series gets high-fidelity graphics support

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By Ally Winning

The new partnership with Distis will ensure that iWave can offer scalability of the SoMs across the Xilinx MPSoC Series from ZU2 to ZU19. DISTI software brings efficient runtime performance and code-reliability that will guarantee customers’ have access to the scalability and reliability they need on both the hardware and software blocks.

GL Studio provides software for developers and engineers who wish their designs to include vibrant instrument clusters, embedded solutions, displays, and immersive control systems. The collaboration will allow iWave and DiSTI to support engineers and product designers in their product development and allow them to focus on their end applications.

The core components of Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC devices like Quad ARM® Cortex™ A53 and Powerful VPU & GPU blocks will enhance the user experience needed in a wide range of Video / Vision and Graphics Embedded applications.

“Xilinx is pleased to partner with DiSTI and iWave to provide a 3D visualization solution in a convenient production-ready board for customers that want to add a user interface to their products,” said Chetan Khona, Director, Industrial, Vision, Healthcare & Sciences at Xilinx. “Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC is already the industry’s most scalable Industrial and Healthcare IoT embedded platform, and this solution simplifies operator panels, patient monitors, or any application that incorporates a display.”

+“Our collaboration with DiSTI will allow us to integrate its 3D Graphical User Interface design and development software onto our Xilinx FPGA System on Modules portfolio helping customers accelerate their time-to-market across industry verticals. We are excited for the opportunity to expand our technology services,” says Abdullah Khan, President, iWave Systems Technologies.

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