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AMD takes our commitment to long lifecycles very seriously. We are pleased to announce that support is formally being extended for all 7 series devices until at least 2035. This includes all speed and temperature grades for Spartan™ 7, Artix™ 7, Kintex™ 7, and Virtex™ 7 FPGAs, as well as Zynq™ 7000 SoCs.

Automotive Grade Zynq 7000 SoC Product Advantages

Automotive grade (XA) Zynq™ 7000 SoCs are ideally suited to the high computation requirements of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). The combined programmability of hardware and software allows development teams to integrate a complete ADAS imaging flow, from sensing through environmental characterization to feature implementation into a single device. Also, functions can be moved between hardware and software to eliminate data flow bottlenecks, maximize performance and minimize resources. The XA Zynq 7000 SoC devices with their architecturally inherent flexibility provide a cost-effective solution for building highly scalable platforms allowing system designers to dramatically reduce development times.

Value Features
Programmable System Integration
  • Replace ASIC/ASSP/DSP in existing systems
  • Industry standard ARM® dual-core Cortex®-A9 MPCore
  • Implement additional hardware accelerators in the programmable logic (PL)
  • MicroBlaze™ and MicroBlaze V processor soft IP
Increased System Performance
  • Eliminate multi-chip chip-to-chip bandwidth bottlenecks
  • State-of-the-art 28nm process performance / size
  • Enable optimal hardware / software partitioning
BOM Cost Reduction
  • Hardware / software processing solution in one device
  • Eliminate the need for board level high-speed interfaces
  • Reduce components, power supplies and simplify PCB design
Total Power Reduction
  • Advanced low power 28nm logic 
  • Reduce overall system power through parallel processing at lower clock speeds and higher integration
Accelerated Design Productivity
  • Flexible and scalable platform, comprehensive ecosystem of tools, OS and IP
  • Available partner ADAS development kits (Xylon logiADAK, logiSTK and logiRECORDER) shorten development schedules
  • AMD SDSoC tools increase productivity of engineering resources
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Processing System (PS)

Features All Devices
Processor Core Dual ARM® Cortex®-A9 MPCore™ with CoreSight™ technology
Processor Extensions NEON & Single/Double Precision Floating Point for each processor
Maximum Frequency/Processor 667 MHz (-1)
L1 Cache

32 KB Instruction, 32 KB Data per processor

L2 Cache 512 KB
On-Chip Memory 256 KB
External Memory Support DDR3L, DDR3, DDR2, LPDDR2
External Static Memory Support 2x Quad-SPI, NAND, NOR
DMA Channels 8 (4 dedicated to Programmable Logic)
Peripherals 2x UART, 2x CAN 2.0B, 2x I2C, 2x SPI, 4x 32b GPIO
Peripherals w/ built-in DMA 2x USB 2.0 (OTG), 2x Tri-mode Gigabit Ethernet, 2x SD/SDIO
Security AES and SHA 256b for device security

Programmable Logic

  XA7Z010 XA7Z020 XA7Z030
AMD 7 Series Programmable Logic Equivalent Artix™ 7 FPGA Artix™ 7 FPGA Kintex™ 7 FPGA
Programmable Logic Cells 28K Logic Cells (~430K) 85K Logic Cells (~1.3M) 125K Logic Cells (~1.9M)
Look-Up Tables (LUTs) 17,600 53,200 78,600
Flip-Flops 35,200 106,400 157,200
Extensible BlockRAM (# 36 Kb Blocks) 240 KB (60) 560 KB (140) 1,060 KB (265)
Programmable DSP Slices (18x25 MACCs) 80 220 400
PCI Express (Root Complex and Endpoint) - - Gen2 x4
Maximums I/O Pins (PL only) 100 200 163 (+ 4 GTX)
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Note: Some restrictions may apply. Refer to UG585, Zynq 7000 SoC Technical Reference Manual and DS188, XA Zynq 7000 SoC Overview for details.



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