Samsung and Xilinx Partner for 5G Network Chips

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Samsung and Xilinx Partner for 5G Network Chips

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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