Vivado ML

by: AMD

Download Vivado™ ML Standard Edition free. Purchase licensing options for Enterprise Edition start at $2995.


What's New
AMD Vivado ML Edition

What's New in 2023.1 Key Highlights

  • Average QoR Improvement of 8% for Versal™ Adaptive SoCs and 13% for UltraScale+ FPGAs using Intelligent Design Runs*
  • Power Design Manager (PDM) now a part of Unified Installer
  • Added support for Versal HBM devices in PDM  
  • Extending multithreading support for bitstream generation for Versal devices 
  • Enhancements in Report QoR Assessment (RQA)  
Features and Licensing Options


  • Vivado ML Standard: The Vivado ML Standard Edition is the FREE version of the revolutionary design suite. It delivers instant access to some basic Vivado features and functionality at no cost.
  • Vivado ML Enterprise: Vivado ML Enterprise Edition is a paid version of the design suite and includes the device support for all AMD devices. You can purchase by selecting "Enterprise" from the "Edition" drop-down menu.
Vivado ML Edition Features Vivado ML Standard Edition Vivado ML Enterprise Edition Vivado Lab Edition
Licensing Option Free 30-day Evaluation - Free
On Demand on AWS Marketplace
NL: $2995
FL: $3595
Device Support Limited AMD Devices All AMD Devices   
Vivado IP Integrator  
Dynamic Function eXchange  
Vitis High-Level Synthesis  
Vivado Simulator  
Vivado Device Programmer
Vivado Logic Analyzer
Vivado Serial I/O Analyzer
Synthesis and Place and Route  
Vitis Model Composer Buy  NL - $500
FL - $700
Buy  NL - $500
FL - $700
Memory Recommendations

Minimum System Memory Recommendations for the Vivado ML Editions

The following tables provide the typical and peak Vivado memory usage per target device. AMD recommends to have have at minimum enough physical system memory to handle the peak memory usage.


  1. Memory usage increases with higher LUT and CLB utilization. The numbers below were generated over an average LUT utilization of approximately 75%. 
  2. The size and complexity of timing constraints directly impact the memory requirements.
  3. The numbers below were generated using Vivado in scripted batch mode on a single synthesis and implementation run.
  4. 32-bit machines are not suitable for these devices.  
  5. Configuration of a Windows 32-bit machine to utilize 3 GB of memory can be found in Answer Record 14932.

  Windows / Linux (64-bit)
Device Typical Peak
All devices* 20 32
  Windows / Linux (64-bit)
Device Typical Peak
XCKU3P 7 13
XCKU5P 7 13
XCKU9P 8 13
XCKU11P 9 13
XCKU13P 10 14
XCKU15P 10 15
  Windows / Linux (64-bit)
Device Typical Peak
XCVU3P 11 19
XCVU5P 12 19
XCVU7P 15 24
XCVU9P 20 32
XCVU11P 22 32
XCVU13P 28 47
XCVU19P 48 64
  Windows / Linux (64-bit)
Device Typical Peak
XCZU6EG 7 10
XCZU7EV 8 11
XCZU9EG 10 14
XCZU11EG 11 18
XCZU15EG 11 18
XCZU17EG 12 18
XCZU19EG 14 21
  Windows / Linux (64-bit)
Device Typical Peak
XCZU21DR 10 14
XCZU25DR 11 14
XCZU27DR 13 17
XCZU28DR 14 17
XCZU29DR 14 17
  Windows / Linux (64-bit)
Device Typical Peak
XCKU025 5 7
XCKU035 5 7
XCKU040 5 7
XCKU060 7 11
XCKU085  9 14
XCKU095 9 14
XCKU115 9 14
  Windows / Linux (64-bit)
Device Typical Peak
XCVU065 7 11
XCVU080 8 12
XCVU095 9 14
XCVU125 10 16
XCVU160 14 20
XCVU190 18 24
XCVU440 32 48
  Windows / Linux (64-bit)
Device Typical Peak
XC7V585T 4 6
XC7V2000T 10 16
XC7VX330T 3 5
XC7VX415T 3 5
XC7VX485T 4 5
XC7VX550T 4 6
XC7VX690T 5 7
XC7VX980T 7 9
XC7VX1140T 8 10
XC7VH580T 4 6
XC7VH870T 6 8
  Windows / Linux (64-bit)
Device Typical Peak
XC7K70T 1.6 2.5
XC7K160T 2 3
XC7K325T 3 4
XC7K355T 3 5
XC7K410T 3 5
XC7K420T 3 5
XC7K480T 4 6.5
  Windows / Linux (64-bit)
Device Typical Peak
XC7A15T 2 3
XC7A35T 2 3
XC7A50T 2 3
XC7A75T 2 3
XC7A100T 2 3
XC7A200T 2.5 3.5
  Windows / Linux (64-bit)
Device Typical Peak
XC7Z010 1 1.6
XC7Z015 1.3 1.9
XC7Z020 1.3 1.9
XC7Z030 1.8 2.7
XC7Z035 3 5
XC7Z045 3 5
Operating System

AMD supports the following operating systems on x86 and x86-64 processor architectures.

  • Windows update: 10.0 1809 Update; 10.0 1903 Update; 10.0 1909 Update; 10.0 2004 Update
  • RHEL 7 / CentOS 7: 7.4, 7.5, 7.6, 7.7, 7.8, 7.9
  • RHEL 8 / CentOS 8: 8.1, 8.2, 8.3
  • SUSE LE: 12.4, 15.2
  • Ubuntu: 16.04.5 LTS, 16.04.6 LTS, 18.04.1 LTS, 18.04.2 LTS, 18.04.3 LTS; 18.04.4 LTS, 20.04 LTS, 20.04.1 LTS

Note: Please refer to PetaLinux Tools Documentation: Reference Guide (UG1144) for more information on Installation Requirements for supported Operating Systems with PetaLinux. 

Architecture Support

The following table lists architecture support for commercial products in Vivado ML Standard versus Vivado ML Enterprise edition. For non-commercial support, all AMD automotive devices are supported in Vivado ML Standard Edition when available as production devices in the tools.

Architecture Vivado ML Standard Edition Vivado ML Enterprise Edition
Zynq™ 7000 SoC • XC7Z007S, XC7Z010, XC7Z012S, XC7Z014S, XC7Z015, XC7Z020, and XC7Z030  • All devices

Zynq UltraScale+™ MPSoC

Zynq UltraScale+ RFSoC • None • All devices
Alveo™ Data Center Accelerator Card • All devices • All devices
Kria™ SOM • All devices • All devices
Versal™ Adaptive SoC • None

Versal AI Core Series:
• VC1902
• VC1802

Versal Prime Series:
• VM1802

Virtex™ FPGA

Virtex 7 FPGA:
• None

Virtex UltraScale FPGA:
• None

Virtex 7 FPGA:
• All devices

Virtex UltraScale FPGA:
• All devices

Virtex UltraScale+ FPGA:
• All devices

Virtex UltraScale+ HBM FPGA:
• All devices

Virtex UltraScale+ 58G PAM4 FPGA:
• All devices

Kintex™ FPGA

Kintex 7 FPGA:
• XC7K70T, XC7K160T

Kintex UltraScale FPGA:
• XCKU025, XCKU035

Kintex UltraScale+ FPGA:

Kintex 7 FPGA:
• All devices

Kintex UltraScale FPGA:
• All devices

Kintex UltraScale+ FPGA:
• All devices

Artix™ FPGA
Artix 7 FPGA:
• All devices

Artix UltraScale+ FPGA:
• All devices

Artix 7 FPGA:
• All devices

Artix UltraScale+ FPGA:
• All devices

Spartan™ 7 FPGA • All devices
• All devices


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Free Vivado ML Training Courses

Vivado ML Training Courses

Access the below free Vivado ML training courses when you sign up for the Developer Program.

Designing FPGAs Using the Vivado Design Suite

Video Title Description
Introduction to FPGAs Provides an overview of FPGA architecture and describes the advantages, applications, and major building blocks of FPGAs.
FPGA & Adaptive SoC Families Introduces 7 series and UltraScale™ FPGAs, stacked silicon interconnect-based 3D IC devices, Zynq™ 7000 SoCs, Zynq UltraScale+™ MPSoCs, and Adaptive Compute Acceleration Platforms (ACAPs).
Introduction to the Vivado Design Suite Describes various design flows and the role of the Vivado IDE in the flows.
Vivado Design Suite Project-based Mode Introduces the project-based flow in the Vivado Design Suite: creating a project, adding files to the project, exploring the Vivado IDE, and simulating the design.
Vivado Design Suite Non-Project Based Mode Describes the design flow using non-project batch mode, including using design analysis commands and how constraints are managed in non-project mode.
UltraFast Design Methodology: Board and Device Planning Introduces the methodology guidelines covered in this course and the UltraFast Design Methodology checklist.
RTL Development Covers RTL and the RTL design flow, recommended coding guidelines, using control signals, and recommendations on resets.
Behavioral Simulation Describes the process of behavioral simulation and the simulation options available in the Vivado IDE.
Vivado Synthesis, Implementation, and Bitstream Generation Reviews creating timing constraints according to the design scenario, synthesizing and implementing the design, and, optionally, generating and downloading a bitstream to a demo board.
Vivado Design Suite I/O Pin Planning Use the I/O Pin Planning layout to perform pin assignments in a design.
Vivado IP Flow Customize IP, instantiate IP, and verify the hierarchy of your design IP.
Discounted Vivado ML Training Courses

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Video  Title Description
Designing FPGAs Using the Vivado Design Suite 1 This training content offers introductory training on the Vivado™ Design Suite and demonstrates the FPGA design flow for those uninitiated to FPGA design.
Designing FPGAs Using the Vivado Design Suite 2 This content builds on the concepts from the Designing FPGAs Using the Vivado Design Suite 1 course. Learn how to build a more effective FPGA design.
Designing FPGAs Using the Vivado Design Suite 3 This content builds further on the previous Designing FPGAs Using the Vivado Design Suite 1 & 2.Learn how to effectively employ timing closure techniques. 
Designing FPGAs Using the Vivado Design Suite 4 Learn how to use the advanced aspects of the Vivado Design Suite and AMD hardware. The focus is on applying timing constraints for source-synchronous and system-synchronous interfaces, utilizing floorplanning techniques, and more.  
Paid Vivado ML Training Courses

Paid Courses

AMD hands-on FPGA and Embedded Design training provides you the foundational knowledge necessary to begin designing right away. These programs target both engineers new to FPGA technology and experienced engineers developing complex connectivity, digital signal processing, or embedded solutions. Contact your local Sales Rep or Authorized Training Provider to see if your company has any Training Credits available. Learn more