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Samsung and Xilinx Partner for 5G Network Chips

By ET Bureau - April 16, 2020 1 Mins Read

Xilinx and Samsung have teamed up to use its adaptive compute acceleration platform (ACAP) for commercial worldwide 5G commercial deployments. Xilinx’s Versal ACAP architecture has a flexible network on a chip that integrates various parts of the platform and makes them programmable to developers and data scientists.

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Versal ACAPs will offer better compute density at low power consumption to perform the real-time, low-latency signal processing beamforming algorithms demand. The first Versal ACAP devices will be generally available in the fourth quarter of 2020.


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