Ken O'Neill, AMD | Kiran Bernard, Renesas | Nicolas Chantier, Teledyne e2v | Carolyn O'Connor, Avnet
Join us for a Space webinar based on the AMD XQR Versal devices and the supporting ecosystem. This presentation provides an overview of the features of the XQR Versal devices, with an update on radiation data for the 7nm Versal in proton environments. We will cover the latest qualification results and describe the ecosystem of solutions. These radiation-tolerant devices provide increased processing bandwidth for emerging space programs. Discover how the Renesas Power Solutions and the Teledyne Memory and RF products provide a complete ecosystem for development.
What you'll learn:
- Overview of the 7nm XQR Versal device features
- Renesas core voltage rail and complete power supply reference design
- Introduction to Teledyne’s space-grade DDR4 memory and e2v microwave data converters
Ken O'Neill, Space Systems Architect, AMD
Ken O'Neill recently joined AMD as Space Systems Architect with responsibility for AMD's participation in the space market, including the Xilinx XQR radiation tolerant and space-qualified FPGA product line. Ken has 20 years of experience in the field of radiation-tolerant FPGAs and space electronics, and a total of 30 years experience in the FPGA industry.
Kiran Bernard, Technical Product Marketing, Renesas
Kiran Bernard is responsible for the roadmap development in Renesas’ Radiation Hardened Communications product line for the Intersil family of power management products. He has supported the space and high-reliability markets for 13 years.
Nicolas Chantier, Marketing Director, Teledyne e2v
Nicolas Chantier is Marketing Director at Teledyne e2v having worked there for 15 years. Nicolas heads up the marketing team for its Data & Signal Processing Solutions division.
Carolyn O’Connor, Director of Defense/Aerospace, Avnet
Carolyn O’Connor has been a contributor in the defense/aerospace field for many years prior to joining Avnet. Carolyn has been with Avnet for 17 years with a focus on Defense and Aerospace.