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Teardown Thursday: See the Zynq-based NI VirtualBench and Cloudium IMP torn apart live at ARM TechCon.

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Earlier this month at ARM TechCon, I had the pleasure of moderating a double teardown panel at ARM TechCon with Kyle Bryson, Principal Architect at National Instruments and John Hickey, CEO of Cloudium Systems. First, we tore apart the National Instruments VirtualBench, an All-in-One Benchtop Instrument that combines the functions of an MSO (mixed-signal oscilloscope), a logic analyzer, a digital multimeter, an arbitrary waveform generator, and a programmable power supply. There are also a few software-controlled digital I/O lines for creating test and control systems. Next, we tore apart a Cloudium Systems Integrated Media Platform, a small set-top-box-like, cloud-oriented server designed to handle multiple compressed video and audio streams.

 

Both of these products are based on the Xilinx Zynq SoC and the following video shows you how the two products were designed and constructed and what Zynq features were used to realize the designs.

 

 

 

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