Intel starts sampling of Stratix® 10, the industry’s first 14nm FPGA

Posted 7 October 2016

Intel has started sampling to customers Stratix® 10 field programmable arrays, the industry’s first 14nm FPGA. These devices combine the benefits of Intel’s 14nm tri-gate process technology with the new HyperFlex™ architecture to meet the performance demands of high-end compute and data-intensive applications ranging from data centers, network infrastructure, cloud computing, and radar and imaging systems. The features and functionality of Stratix 10 will revolutionize the performance of data centers and networking infrastructures, which must be able to support the rapidly growing number of devices coming online as the Internet of Things explodes by the end of the decade.
Cisco* forecasts that by 2020, nearly a million minutes of video content will cross the network each second1, and that by 2020, the number of devices connected to IP networks will be three times the global population2
Stratix 10 delivers breakthrough advantages in performance, power efficiency, density, and system integration:

• 2X the core performance and over 5X the density compared to the previous generation.
• Up to 70 percent lower power than Stratix V FPGAs for equivalent performance.
• Up to 10 TFLOPS of single-precision floating point DSP performance.
• Up to 1 TBps memory bandwidth with integrated High-Bandwidth Memory (HBM2) in-package.
• Embedded quad-core 64-bit ARM* Cortex*-A53 processor.

1Cisco VNI Forecast and Methodology, 2015-2020


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