Established in 1984, Xilinx, Inc. is a trailblazing semiconductor brand and inventor of the programmable SoCs and FPGA. The San Jose, California headquartered company has over 60,000 clients worldwide, which it serves with approximately 5,000 employees. The firm maintains offices and cutting-edge design centers across the globe and manufacturing facilities in Singapore and Colorado.
To honor its heritage, Xilinx is singularly focused on cultivating technological advancement to make the world more adaptable, connected, and intelligent. As a result, the company has logged over 4,400 patents and racked up more than 60 industry firsts. Currently, the firm is innovating in the aerospace and defense, automotive, broadcast, consumer electronics, data center, industrial, medical and science, and telecom sectors.
Adaptive computer acceleration platform devices, state-of-the-art FPGAs, and groundbreaking SoCs, MPSoCs, and RFSoCs headline the manufacturer’s lineup. The brand’s catalog also includes world-class accelerator cards, 3D ICs, real-time video server appliances, and software design tools.
Xilinx’s passion for pioneering recently produced another milestone in integrated circuit history with the Kintex UltraScale XQRKU060. The industry’s first 20nm space-grade FPGA, the component features full radiation tolerance with ultrahigh bandwidth and throughput. Energy-efficient, dense, and scalable, the product offers unlimited on-orbit reconfiguration. The XQRKU060 also boasts performance capability of 5.7 TOPS, 25 times better than the prior version FPGAs.
The company also recently expanded its automotive portfolio with the XA Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC family of devices. Available in two distinct Arm processing system varieties, the series comes equipped with on-die memory, dedicated peripheral interfaces, and serial transceivers. Thanks to the line’s robust CPU frequency and multifaceted programmability, these products are ideal for use in advanced driver assistance systems and vehicle infotainment centers.
Whether it is next-generation automobiles or satellite computing components, Xilinx stands at the forefront of global microelectronics development.