Miami 7000 System-on-Module with Zynq
Production-quality SoM based on Zynq Z-7015, 7012S and 7030
The Miami System on Module (SoM) ecosystem is based on the Xilinx Zynq family from the economical Miami Lite with Z-7007S, 7010, 7014S and 7020 , through the workhorse Zynq Z-7015 and Z-7030 based Miami 7000 described here, to the highly specified Miami Plus with Zynq 7035, 7045 and 7100 including 16 high-speed GTX pins, right up to the Zynq Ultrascale+ MPSoC devices including ZU06, ZU09 and ZU15.
The Miami 7000 System on Module (SoM) is based on the Xilinx Zynq- 7015/7030 and well as the single-core Z-7012S System on Chip (SoC). It is a highly integrated and compact off-the-shelf solution for today’s high performance embedded systems. The module combines a high performance (ARM-based) application microprocessor with FPGA logic in a single chip. It integrates all system components required to bring the system alive including memory, power supply, debugging and connectivity. Miami provides a best in class platform for balancing both performance and power, making a perfect solution for applications that require high processing power, high speed interfaces, a high level of reliability, the ability to optimize system interfaces, and perform real-time analytics and control.
The module comes with an actively supported main-line Linux distribution, including a template FPGA implementation connecting to the carrier board connector.
Typical application areas are any existing applications that use an applications processor together with an FPGA, including but not limited to (secure) communications, aerospace & defense, audio /video applications, medical and industrial imaging.