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Altera Joins IBM OpenPOWER Foundation to Enable the Development of Next-Generation Data Centers

Collaboration with OpenPOWER Members Enables FPGA-based Compute Solutions Based on the IBM POWER Architecture

Altera Joins IBM To Make PowerPC-FPGA Server ICs

Altera has joined the IBM OpenPOWER Foundation which develops data centre chips using PowerPC Altera’s FPGA-based acceleration technologies.

FPGAs provide PowerPC users with configurable hardware so reducing opex by increasing performance while using less power.
IBM and Altera have already worked together to create a coherent interface between PowerPC 8 processors and Stratix V FPGAs.

Altera accelerates PowerPC for data centres

Altera has joined the IBM OpenPOWER Foundation which develops data centre chips using PowerPC Altera’s FPGA-based acceleration technologies.
FPGAs provide PowerPC users with configurable hardware so reducing opex by increasing performance while using less power.

IBM and Altera have already worked together to create a coherent interface between PowerPC 8 processors and Stratix V FPGAs.

Altera Introduces OTN Solutions for 400G and Beyond at OFC 2014

New FPGA-Based SoftSilicon® Solutions Reduce Time-to Market and Provide Path to 1Tb for High-capacity Transport Networks

New Xilinx Reference Designs Equip Customers with Industry's Only Single-Chip Solution for 4x100G OTN Transponders and 2x100G OTN Switching Applications

Complete Evaluation Platform with software APIs and Highly Optimized OTN SmartCORE IP Enable Rapid Development to Deployment of High Bandwidth OTN Applications

Xilinx Announces Availability of Industry's First High Performance DDR4 Memory Solution

Company delivers industry's first memory solution for All Programmable UltraScale devices running at 2400 Mb/s

Xilinx Announces Pricing Of Senior Unsecured Notes Offering

SAN JOSE, Calif., March 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Xilinx, Inc. today announced the pricing of its public offering of $1.0 billion aggregate principal amount of its senior unsecured notes pursuant to an effective shelf registration statement previously filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

How Embedded Vision Can Improve Inspection and Inventory Tracking

From providing new methods of improving product tracking to eliminating the bottlenecks often encountered with visual inspection, embedded vision technologies are poised to change the game in many core manufacturing applications.

Xilinx Highlights 400G OTN Solutions for Smarter Networks at OFC 2014

All Programmable devices and highly optimized SmartCORE IP portfolio provide fastest time to differentiation for wired networks applications

Xilinx lays grounds for 16nm FPGAs with new architecture

FPGA manufacturer Xilinx who announced last year some test-chips on TSMC’s 16nm FinFET process, and who is already using 2.5D packaging for its multiple-die 28nm FPGAs, is laying grounds for heterogeneous multi-processing on 3D ICs.

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The company announced its UltraScale Multi-Processing Architecture for what it says will be the industry’s first All Programmable MPSoCs.

Driver assistance system uses six cameras for collision avoidance

Xilinx and Xylon, the supplier of logicbricks customisable embedded development boards, have intoduced an automotive driver assistance system (ADAS) design based on the Zynq-7000 All Programmable SoC.

The logiADAK platform comes with evaluation IP cores and a full design framework for camera-based ADAS, with up to six 1Mpixel cameras supported.

Implementing the OpenCL standard on an FPGA

The initial era of programmable technologies contained two different extremes of programmability. One extreme was the single-core CPU and DSP units. These were programmable using software consisting of a list of instructions to be executed.

Xilinx Expands All Programmable Artix-7 FPGA Family with New Automotive Qualified Devices

New AEC-Q100 qualified Artix FPGAs deliver best-in-class system performance per watt for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, In-Vehicle Infotainment, and Driver Information

Xilinx Introduces UltraScale Multi-Processing Architecture for the Industry's First All Programmable MPSoCs

Next generation Zynq UltraScale MPSoCs to combine the right engine for the right tasks for an extra node of value

Brocade Integrates Altera’s 120G and 150G Interlaken IP into its Multi-Terabit Core Routers

Stratix V FPGA Featuring Interlaken IP Provides Brocade Line Modules the Flexibility to Scale Cloud-optimized Networks

Chipmakers offer new backhaul solutions

Backhaul can be a major gating factor in a carrier’s analysis of potential small cell deployments, especially in outdoor venues where Ethernet is not an option. Chipmakers see opportunity in the wireless backhaul market, and are addressing the need with a variety of solutions.

Xilinx has LTE radio IP available

Xilinx has current availability of radio IP For LTE and Multi-Carrier GSM (MC-GSM) platforms which have Crest Factor Reduction (CFR) and Digital Pre-Distortion (DPD) features enabling radio efficiency up to 50 percent.
Xilinx CFR and DPD SmartCORE IP, and the Zynq-7000 programmable SoC allows a single chip radio implementation.

Escape for Altera

Altera and Escape Communications are making available for evaluation scalable microwave backhaul solutions using Altera’s FPGAs and Escape’s QAM modem IP cores.
They address traditional microwave backhaul markets (6 – 42 GHz) and emerging applications in the E-band (70/80 GHz) and V-band (60 GHz) all-outdoor radio (ODR) markets.

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Xilinx Announces 1.6Gbps Low Power, Low Cost, Small Cell Backhaul Modem SmartCORE IP for Millimeter Wave Applications

256 QAM millimeter wave modem solution supports both point to point as well as point to multipoint line-of-sight communications, addressing both 60GHz and 80GHz markets

Altera Announces 5 Gbps Microwave Backhaul Solution to Maximize Throughput Capacity and Spectrum Efficiency of 4G Networks

Altera Optimizes QAM Modem IP from Escape Communications to Offer a Field-Upgradable, Flexible, Cost-Effective Solution for Current and Future Wireless Networks

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