Choose the right 7 Series FPGA or SoC for your new design - Register for a Chance to Win a Cora Z7 board!

imageBack in November 2022, AMD announced that all 7 Series FPGAs and SoCs would have their lifecycle extended through at least 2035. While this is great news for anyone who already has 7 Series in their existing products, you may be wondering if it makes sense to start new designs with 7 Series. Yes! Absolutely! This webinar will show where 7 Series provides the most optimal value and performance in your designs, contrasting this with some of the newer families like Artix UltraScale+ and Zynq UltraScale+.

What You Will Learn By Attending:

  • Learn the details about the 2035 7 Series Extension
  • Explore the differences between families and choose 7 Series device for your new design
  • Check out available resources, like Webpages, Dev Boards and Trainings
  • Answer a survey for a chance to win one of five Digilent Cora Z7 Boards!

Additional Resources:


Register and Attend for a Chance to Win a Digilent Cora Z7 Board:

Take the Survey During the Presentation for a Chance to Win 1 of 5 Cora Z7 Boards!
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 Attend and Learn to Earn a Certificate:

Following this presentation there will be a short quiz to test your knowledge.  Complete the quiz and watch the presentation either live or On Demand to earn a certificate. 

Read here on more information about how to get your certificate: /members-area/support/w/site-faq/27798/how-do-i-earn-a-certificate-for-viewing-a-webinar-or-webcast 

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To Earn a Certificate:

  • View at least 30 minutes of the presentation
  • Score a 100% on the quiz

The Presenters:

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Bryan Fletcher, Product Line Manager at AMD

Romisaa Samhoud, Product Line Manager at AMD

Starting with Lattice CPLDs in the ‘90s working on a Hewlett Packard high-speed test card, I have spent my career intrigued and fascinated with programmable logic devices. I spent 22 years working at Avnet and Memec as a Xilinx-dedicated FAE and then in technical marketing, working on development boards like Spartan 2 Low-Cost Eval board, Spartan-3A DSP Starter Kit, ZedBoard, and Ultra96-V2. I am currently working as a product line manager covering SoC Cost-Optimized products, including Zynq-7000 and Zynq UltraScale+ families.

I have studied Electrical Engineering at Alexandria University, Egypt and used Nexys A7 Artix 7 FPGA development board in my graduation project. I have always been curious about how powerful FPGAs are getting deployed in a wide variety of applications, few years later I am currently a Product Line Manager for the FPGA Cost-Optimized products, including Artix and Spartan Families.