SAN JOSE, Calif., Oct. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Xilinx, Inc. (NASDAQ: XLNX) will highlight its All Programmable processing solutions for carrier and enterprise communications at the Linley Processor Conference, October 22-23, in Santa Clara, CA. Xilinx technology experts will present solutions highlighting the implementation of Carrier Ethernet processing in a variety of hardware architectures and show how system designers can achieve optimum performance and power efficiency by selecting the right partitioning between hardware and software programmability.
Xilinx Participation at Linley Processor Conference 2014
- Presentation by Atul Shinde, Wired Communications Product Marketing Manager "Partitioning Hardware and Software Programmability for Best Carrier Ethernet Processing"
This presentation focuses on the architectural advantages of combining software and hardware programmability in implementing Carrier Ethernet processing with Xilinx All Programmable MPSoCs and FPGAs. It also discusses packet processing, traffic management and the switching architecture, highlighting the persistent application performance across all services of today and tomorrow.
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