Atlas-III-Z8 Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC SoM


Performance Concentrated. Outperform a server with this palm-sized SoM


  • Palm Sized – 3.45” x 3.45 x 0.25 (87.8mm x 87.8 x 6.4)
  • Xilinx® Zynq® UltraScale+™ ZU7EV, ZU11EG, and ZU19EG[/su_iv_hl]
  • Two banks of memory dedicated to programmable logic, a must for serious processing
  • Optimized for MIPI CSI-2 high-speed serial camera interfaces
  • Wind River VxWorks®
  • Linux 4.x OpenEmbedded/Yocto distribution supported by iVeia
  • Scalable Atlas Form Factor: Scale from Zynq 7010 to ZU15EG in a single socket
  • Future-proof Atlas architecture: drop a next generation SoM into your existing design
  • Rugged design ideal for automotive, industrial, and military applications
  • Custom options available. Contact
  • Made in USA

Processing System (PS)

Programmable Logic (PL)

  • Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC in ZU7EV, ZU11EG, or ZU19EG densities
  • Up to 1,143K logic cells
  • Up to 70.6Mb of Block/Ultra RAM
  • Up to 2,928 DSP slices
  • 12 AXI4 PS-PL interconnects up to 128b wide


  • 8GB of DDR4-2400 memory dedicated to the PS
  • 8GB of DDR4-2400 dedicated to PL in two 32-bit banks (4GBx2)
  • 32GB of eMMC NAND Flash with wear-leveling NAND controller
  • SLC/MLC NAND format partitioning for reliable boot/operation vs. high-density data storage
  • 256MB of QSPI NOR Flash (for boot loader)

Dedicated I/O

  • Three High-Speed Processing System Gigabit Transceivers (PSGTR)
    • Multiplexed high-speed data signals connected to the processing system
    • Support for PCIe® Gen2 (1 or 2 PSGTRs for x1 or x2 operation)
    • DisplayPort video output (source), up to two interfaces/lanes
    • SATA 3.1, up to three interfaces
    • Tri-Mode Gigabit Ethernet (SGMII), up to three interfaces
    • USB 3.1 Super Speed lanes (Requires 1 PSGTR per USB interface)
  • Two USB 2.0/3.1 On-the-Go (OTG) Interfaces
  • USB 3.1 operation requires one PSGTR, otherwise USB interfaces operates as USB 2.0
  • Secure Digital I/O (SDIO) interface that may be connected directly to an SD memory card connector
  • I2C
  • UART, typically for operating system console
  • Eleven (11) PS Multiplexed I/O (MIO) that may be used as GPIO or to breakout other multiplexed processor peripherals
  • JTAG
  • On-board read-only EEPROM containing details about the Module’s configuration

Flexible I/O

  • Sixteen (16) Multi-Gigabit Transceivers (MGTs) up to 16.375 Gb/s lane rate
  • Support for 10 GigE, PCIe, SATA 3.1, JESD204B, DisplayPort, 3G/6G/12G SDI, CoaXPress (CXP), and many other protocols
  • On-board high-performance 156.25 MHz crystal oscillator, on-board programmable clock generator, and four Baseboard supplied MGT clock sources
  • 168 multi-standard flexible I/O in 6 banks
  • Three user-programmable LEDs with test points
  • Additional PS peripherals available on the Flex I/O Connector using PS EMIO:
    • Gigabit Ethernet using GMII, RGMII, or SGMII
    • SDIO
    • SPI
    • CAN
    • UART
    • PS GPIO

Power / Environmental / Mechanical

  • 3.3V DC power input
  • Current, voltage, and temperature monitoring with user-programmable fault handling
  • -40°C to 85°C (I) or 0°C to 85°C (E) operation
  • 3.46” x 3.45 x 0.25 (87.8mm x 87.8 x 6.4)
  • Thermal management features for conduction cooling
  • High-performance Samtec QTH connectors with 5mm stack height
  • Clearance of 2.5mm under the Module, enough for most ICs and passives on the Baseboard
The Atlas-III-Z8 System-on-a-Module (SoM) is an advanced high performance heterogeneous computing architecture on a module that fits in the palm of your hand. Featuring the 16nm Zynq UltraScale+ Multi-Programmable System-on-a-Chip, the Atlas-III-Z8 combines a quad-core 64-bit ARM CPU architecture with abundant programmable logic resources, including over 3,000 DSP blocks. A wide bank of high speed DDR4 memory is dedicated to the programmable logic to support demanding image/video and signal processing applications.

As with all of iVeia’s Atlas SoMs, the Atlas-III-Z8 is designed and built for reliable operation in harsh environments and is fully compatible with all Atlas-compliant baseboards. The flexible Atlas architecture allows for system scalability in performance, I/O, size, and power, and provides a migration path between differing technologies and future Atlas modules.

The Atlas-III-Z8 supports iVeia’s Velocity-HF™ heterogeneous framework that accelerates development time by up to 50% or more and provides an application portability layer between different modules and processor technologies. Also offered are iVeia’s RTL-optimized libraries for signal processing (Velocity-SDR™) and video processing (Velocity-VIP™).

Not exactly what you’re looking for? Be sure to check out our other Zynq UltraScale+ based SoMs, the Atlas-I-Z8 and the Atlas-II-Z8

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