Mid-range FPGAs reach next power milestone
Edge compute systems need compact programmable devices with low power consumption and a small enough thermal footprint to eliminate fans and other heat mitigation while providing robust compute horsepower. Microchip Technology has solved this challenge by cutting static power consumption for its mid-bandwidth Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) and FPGA System-on-Chip (SoC) devices in half and giving them a smaller thermal footprint, impr...
Mouser launches FPGA design contest
Mouser Electronics is a Gold Sponsor of the InnovateFPGA Design Contest, which runs from July 1, 2021, to June 23, 2022.
NOR Flash memory for space-grade FPGAs
Space-grade field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) require reliable, high-density non-volatile memories that contain their boot configurations. To address the growing need for high-reliability memories, Infineon has announced a high-density radiation-tolerant (RadTol) NOR Flash memory products qualified to MIL-PRF-38535’s QML-V flow (QML-V Equivalent). The QML-V flow is the highest quality and reliability standard certification for aerospac...
IA-series Intel Agilex FPGA-based accelerators extended
BittWare, a Molex company, has announced the expansion of its IA-Series of FPGA accelerators featuring Intel Agilex FPGAs. The BittWare IA-Series of FPGA accelerators are designed to help customers develop and deploy next-gen edge and cloud applications, with greater flexibility and speed while reducing risk.
FPGA supports LPDDR4 external memory
Future Electronics says it plans to carry the Lattice CertusPro-NX general-purpose FPGA from Lattice Semiconductor.
JEDEC qualification for a RT FPGA in a plastic package
Developers of small-satellite constellations and other systems used in New Space missions must deliver both high reliability and radiation protection while meeting stringent cost and scheduling requirements. Microchip Technology has now given them a faster, more economical production path with the Radiation Tolerant (RT) FPGA that offers the low cost of a JEDEC-qualified plastic package plus the proven reliability of RTG4 FPGA technology and deca...
JEDEC qualification for a RTG4 FPGA in a plastic package
Microchip Technology has now launched a faster, more economical production path with the first Radiation Tolerant (RT) FPGA that offers the low cost of a JEDEC-qualified plastic package plus the proven reliability of RTG4 FPGA technology and decades of spaceflight heritage so they do not need to be screened to full Qualified Manufacturers List (QML) procedures.
CertusPro-NX FPGAs deliver advanced system bandwidth
Lattice Semiconductor has launched the Lattice CertusPro-NX general purpose FPGA family. The CertusPro-NX continues Lattice’s commitment to FPGA innovation with a high bandwidth in a small form factor in comparison to similar devices. The FPGA also supports LPDDR4 external memory.
Radiant 3.0 design software to accelerate FPGAs
Lattice Semiconductor has announced availability of the latest version of its popular software design tool for use with low power Lattice FPGAs, Lattice Radiant 3.0. The tool supports higher density devices like the new Lattice CertusPro-NX family – the latest family based on the Lattice Nexus platform – and offers new features that make it faster and easier than ever to develop Lattice FPGA-based designs...
General purpose FPGAs deliver advanced system bandwidth
Lattice Semiconductor has launched the Lattice CertusPro-NX general purpose FPGA family. As the fourth device family based on the Lattice Nexus platform to be launched in just 18 months, CertusPro-NX continues Lattice’s commitment to FPGA innovation, bringing high bandwidth in a small form factor in comparison to similar devices, and as the only FPGAs in their class with support for LPDDR4 external memory.