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  Date:30th Nov 2011

Altera started shipping its 28-nm Arria V FPGA chips

Altera has announced it has started shipping its 28-nm Arria V FPGA devices. The Arria V feature densities up to 503K logic elements (LEs), transceivers that operate up to 10.3125 Gbps, and an optional embedded dual-core ARM Cortex -A9 MPCore processor. This family is optimized to consume 100mW of power at 10.3125-Gbps data rates The Arria V family is developed on TSMC's 28-nm Low-Power (28LP) process.

"The Arria V architecture, IP and development tools combined with TSMC's 28LP process enable our customers to achieve an optimized balance of cost, power, and performance," said Patrick Dorsey, senior director of product marketing at Altera. "Our investment in tailoring the family to meet the unique requirements of wireless, broadband and military applications will ensure customers achieve the best performance per watt for their applications."

Arria V family available in 4 variants is optimized for applications such as remote radio units, in-studio mixers, and 10G/40G linecards.


 
          
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