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Re: Part I. Introduction: The Basics & Benefits of All Programmable Devices
Walter Artica   12/10/2012 1:07:46 PM
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That low-end Zynq would be great! How long will we have to wait? 

Seriously Max, the Papilio has only 500 "Kgates". Enough room for a Microblaze I think (I use Altera, so I don't know precisely), but not for complex stuff of the kind that people who wants a Cortex-A9 plus HW accelerators like.

I was really getting interested in crowd-funding a Zynq board (just for the rest of us who cannot afford a ZedBoard!), similar to the Parallella case. Anyone likes the idea?



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