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KRM-5xxx

 ZYNQ MPSoC, 64bit, High I/O

KRM-3xxx

 ZYNQ 7000, High I/O, many variants

KRM-1xxx

ZYNQ 7000, low cost

KRM-5ZU9EG

 NEW !! 

QUAD CORE ARM A53

Ultrascale+TM Fabric

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KRM-3Z7045

RUGGED, VERSATILE

DUAL CORE ARM A9

KintexTM Fabric

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KRM-1Z7010

LOW COST, FLEXIBLE

DUAL CORE ARM A9

ARTIXTM Fabric

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KRM-3Z7030

RUGGED, VERSATILE

DUAL CORE ARM A9

KintexTM Fabric

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NEW Location

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June 2017

As of June 1st 2017 Knowledge Resources GmbH resides at Ackerstrasse 30 in 4057 Basel. This long overdue move gives us the space we need to expand as we quadruple our space. Due to our location within a Swsscom facility, we also enjoy much improved internet access which enhances the remote access experience of our clients substantially. Look for further announcements as we get settled and take advantage of our new "playground" ;-)

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December 2016

We are proud to announce the introduction of our newest Module Familly with a special, limited time introdutory offer for our most capable evaluation kit ever. Benefit from a sizeable discount and free shipping if you order the kit before December 21st 2016. Get the promotion Flyer with all the relevant information here

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July 2016

Our latest Module Family features MPSoC parts and offers the highest versatility, logic density, I/O count and processing power in a 75mm x 100mm form- factor. Our KRM-5ZUxx modules feature 4HP PL banks, 3HD PL banks, 2MIO banks, 4PS GTR transceivers and 24 PL GTX transceivers at up to 16Gb/s. DDR4 memory can be populated by SODIMM and can accommodate modules up to 16GB. Inquire now for early access to samples, and further technical information.KRM-5ZUXX

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May 2016 : Updated Vivado scripts with support for the KRM-1Z7010 and KRC1710 carrier have been added. Validated with the new 2016.1 release of Vivado. Get the current version here

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May 2016: Find the latest SDSoC 2016.1 support for the KRM-3Z70xx family of  Zynq modules here

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February 2016 Meet us at the Xilinx SDSoC Event at the Novotol in Eindhoven on March 3rd 2016. We will present our full range of Modules, all with support for the cutting edge SDSoC environment from Xilinx.

See a demo of a KRM-3Z20 Zynq SOM do real time image processing and feature extraction in our swarm robot platform.

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April 2016: A new QSG is available to clarify the customization and startup behavior of the KRC3600 carrier. Learn how to configure the SD card for the module of choice and how to set the various jumpers here

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February 24th through 26th  2015, Knowledge Resources and partner company Three Byte Intermedia (TBI) present a subset of the MoMath Robot swarm on the tip of the Xilinx booth at EW15.

The exhibit demonstrates the image processing capabilities of the robots Xilinx Zynq core. Visitors were impressed by the responiseveness of the absolute coordinate system tracking method and the smooth, seemingly natural behavior of the robots which emerged from the swarm algorithms and collision avoidance sys

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December 2015. All of the KRM-3xxx and KRM-1xxx modules have been verified to meet the criteria for safe power up and power down sequencing as outlined in Xilinx's AR# 65240.

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December 2014, Knowledge Resources developed and built the robots that are the heart of the physical installation of the soon to open robot swarm exhibit of the Museum of Mathematics in New York City (MoMath). The robots feature a novel optical tracking system that allows each of them to be "aware" of their position and orientation with sub mm accuracy. The tracking systems image analysis is implemented in VHDL and mapped into the fabric of a Xilinx SoC on Knowledge Resources KRM3Z20 Module. Tec

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Blogs

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You may have read our previous Blog about how “perfect” our modules are, here you can read how we ke

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SO, since our first attempt of creating the “perfect” FPGA module was quite successful, we decided t

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OK, I admit there is no such thing as a "perfect" FPGA module, but one should at least try to come a

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