Xilinx SoCs are processor-centric platforms that offer software, hardware and I/O programmability in a single chip. The Zynq-7000 family is based on the SoC architecture. Zynq-7000 products incorporate a dual core ARM Cortex-A9 based Processing System (PS) and Xilinx Programmable Logic in a single device.
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For more information, see Zynq-7000 SoC.
Getting StartedThe Getting Started page describes the Xilinx design flow for Zynq-7000 SoC.
Pre-built ReleasesZynq SoC Releases
This page contains links to different versions of the Zynq Open Source solution releases, corresponding to Zynq SoC software releases.
Booting and Configuring A SystemLinux Support on Zynq SoC
This page is an overview of how we support Linux with our products. It discusses how to set up your development environment, how to download a Zynq SoC release,
Boards and KitsBoards and Kits
Design ExamplesZC702 Example Application in Linux
Targeted Reference Designs (TRDs)
Zynq SoC - Programmable Logic Configuration via Ethernet
OpenWrt running on ZC702
HDMI FrameBuffer Example Design 2017.3
HDMI FrameBuffer Example Design 2018.1
Performance and BenchmarksZC702 Benchmark
This section describes the Zynq-7000 SoC benchmark tests for the ZC702 board.