PYNQ enables huge productivity gains by making it possible to program the Zynq-7000 SoC with a high-level programming language (Python) and leverage the power of FPGA hardware acceleration with ease. Xilinx first designed PYNQ to target the PYNQ-Z1 board but it wasn’t long before others saw the potential of running PYNQ on other platforms. This post is a list of open-sourced PYNQ projects and ports that run on other platforms. I’ll keep the list up-to-date but if you know of an open-sourced PYNQ project or port that I haven’t found yet, please let me know and I’ll add it to the list.

PYNQ-Z1

PYNQ-Z1

MicroZed

MicroZed 7010 and 7020

Zybo

Zybo

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Jeff is passionate about FPGAs, SoCs and high-performance computing, and has been writing the FPGA Developer blog since 2008. As the owner of Opsero, he leads a small team of FPGA all-stars providing start-ups and tech companies with FPGA design capability that they can call on when needed.

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