Power, Cost, Performance, and Security Demands Put Mid-Range FPGAs on New Process Roadmap

Applications ranging from networking and cellular infrastructure to defense, commercial aviation, and industry 4.0 require significantly different features in FPGAs than is required for the data center market. While the focus in the data center is workload acceleration, systems in these other applications still need a challenging combination of low power and cost without sacrificing performance and reliability. Attention has turned to a new class of mid-range FPGAs that are purpose-built to solve these challenges, using new process technologies, device architectures, fabric designs, transceiver strategies and built-in security measures… (continued)

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