Xilinx devices is now equipped with new machine learning capabilities that uncover newer and more extensible benefits.
FREMONT, CA: The pioneer in intelligent and adaptive computing, Xilinx, has introduced a range of new and advanced Machine Learning (ML) capabilities for Xilinx devices, targeting the professional audio/video (Pro-AV) and broadcast markets. The company has also launched the industry's first display of a programmable HDMI 2.1 deployment on its 7nm Versal devices. These highly adaptable and upgraded Xilinx solutions and products are designed to help customers reduce costs and future proof investments for the Pro AV and broadcast markets. These solutions keep pace with new usage models and evolving industry standards.
Newly available ML capabilities for Xilinx Pro-AV and broadcast platforms comprise of intelligent digital signage, automatic object tracking, region-of-interest encoding and window cropping, and speech recognition. For AI processing, users can now take advantage of these ML capabilities on Xilinx devices, with the highly integrated Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC platform. The unification of real-time video and audio processing, CPU, codecs, AV connectivity interfaces, IP networking, and GPU into an adaptable and scalable single-chip solution offers users with vital power, space, and cost savings. Pro AV market customers will also be able to apply the new ML capabilities across many applications and workloads like speech recognition, automated object tracking, and window cropping, intelligent digital signage, and region-of-interest encoding.
The 7nm Versal ACAP provides adaptable, scalar, and intelligent engines in a software-programmable silicon infrastructure. It offers a tight coupling between multichannel AV processing pipelines, embedded software, and AI inferencing. Also, integrating codecs, GPU, real-time video processing, AV connectivity interfaces, IP networking, CPU, and more into one chip solution means that consumers can save power, space, and cost.
Xilinx is the inventor of the programmable SoCs, FPGA, and now, the ACAP. The company's highly flexible programmable silicon, facilitated by a series of high-level software and tools, fuels accelerated innovation across a broad span of industries and technologies, from consumer to cars to the cloud. Xilinx empowers rapid innovation with its versatile, intelligent computational abilities.