In addition to Zynq-7000, Xilinx product lines include the Virtex, Kintex and Artix series, each including configurations and models optimized for different applications. In April 2012, the company introduced the Vivado Design Suite - a next-generation SoC -strength design environment for advanced electronic system designs.How has Xilinx's sales changed over the years?
According to market research firm iSuppli, Xilinx has held the lead in programmable logic device market share since the late 1990s. Over the years, Xilinx expanded operations to India, Asia and Europe. Xilinx's sales rose from $560 million in 1996 to $2.53 billion by the end of its fiscal year 2018.What is the Xilinx Zynq Linux kernel?
The Xilinx Zynq Linux kernel is based on the Linux kernel from kernel.org together with Xilinx additions (BSP and drivers). It is typically updated to stay close to the latest version from kernel.org on a regular basis. In general, the Xilinx Linux kernel for Zynq follows normal ARM Linux processes for building and running.What happened to Xilinx's XQ UltraScale+?
In November 2018, Xilinx migrated its defense-grade XQ UltraScale+ products to TSMC's 16 nm FinFET Process. The products included the industry's first Defense-grade heterogeneous multi-processor SoC devices, and encompassed the XQ Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoCs and RFSoCs as well as XQ UltraScale+ Kintex and Virtex FPGAs.