Premier Farnell now stocking Xilinx All Programmable devices

Premier Farnell announces the addition of Xilinx All Programmable Devices to their extensive product offering. By adding Xilinx to their growing list of global franchised suppliers, Premier Farnell are giving their customers access to their market leading devices that provide both design flexibility and freedom.

All Programmable devices provide the designer with a flexible route to system implementation. The blank canvas of the device can quickly be configured by using advanced development tools and libraries to produce a product that does exactly what is needed, providing a faster time to market. By integrating multiple functions in a single device there is a reduced Bill of Materials, making savings in both purchasing and manufacturing. These flexible devices allow the designer to carry out upgrades to systems that have been deployed. All Programmable devices are making inroads into a wide range of markets, including military, aerospace and defence, industrial and commercial; inside hardware ranging from edge devices in the IoT to massive data servers; and support what can be an almost endless list of functions.

Premier Farnell has developed a new Xilinx technical resource capability accessible via livechat, email and phone and supported by All Programmable device technical champions in each region; providing access to   a full range of design resources that are intended to help developers drive programmable devices into mass market products.


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