We’re excited to announce the availability of Visual System Integrator 2017.1
This is our biggest release yet, adding several major features and hundred of minor features and fixes.
Highlights include platform support for Amazon AWS F1 instance, High-level language bindings for Java and Python, Support for exposing external interfaces in generated projects as binary API, TCP ports and RESTful Endpoints. This release also includes transition of User Interface Appearance to a more modern look.
We’re Featured on Xilinx’s Acceleration Zone for AWS F1
Amazon AWS has recently added FPGAs to their cloud fleet and we’re already on it. Checkout Visual System Integrator being featured on Xilinx’s Acceleration Zone for Cloud.
Check it out here: Xilinx Acceleration Zone
In this video, System View’s Founder and CEO, Sandeep Dutta uses Visual System Integrator for network packet processing at line speed. He effortlessly creates a Virtex 7 based platform, import C/C++ code for deep packet inspection and use Visual System Integrator to synthesize it for the FPGA.
In this video, System View’s Founder and CEO, Sandeep Dutta shows you how to use Visual System Integrator to create a Zynq based platform, import your C / C++ code and use Visual System Integrator to synthesize it for the FPGA for acceleration
Systems such as Network Routers, Enterprise Storage & Industrial Control systems are getting increasingly complex. Manufacturers of these systems spend months/years developing and debugging each device. Integration efforts are exacerbated by lack of visibility into system level interactions of multiple components.
Lack of visibility into the system often causes even the most robust designed system to go under.
We have developed a tool to “graphically” (intuitively) describe...