Key Advantages of Intel® Arria® 10 Devices Summary of Intel® Arria® 10 Features Intel® Arria® 10 Device Variants and Packages I/O Vertical Migration for Intel® Arria® 10 Devices Adaptive Logic Module Variable-Precision DSP Block Embedded Memory Blocks Clock Networks and PLL Clock Sources FPGA General Purpose I/O External Memory Interface PCIe Gen1, Gen2, and Gen3 Hard IP Enhanced PCS Hard IP for Interlaken and 10 Gbps Ethernet Low Power Serial Transceivers SoC with Hard Processor System Dynamic and Partial Reconfiguration Enhanced Configuration and Configuration via Protocol SEU Error Detection and Correction Power Management Incremental Compilation Document Revision History for Intel® Arria® 10 Device Overview
Types of Embedded Memory
The Intel® Arria® 10 devices contain two types of memory blocks:
- 20 Kb M20K blocks—blocks of dedicated memory resources. The M20K blocks are ideal for larger memory arrays while still providing a large number of independent ports.
- 640 bit memory logic array blocks (MLABs)—enhanced memory blocks that are configured from dual-purpose logic array blocks (LABs). The MLABs are ideal for wide and shallow memory arrays. The MLABs are optimized for implementation of shift registers for digital signal processing (DSP) applications, wide and shallow FIFO buffers, and filter delay lines. Each MLAB is made up of ten adaptive logic modules (ALMs). In the Intel® Arria® 10 devices, you can configure these ALMs as ten 32 x 2 blocks, giving you one 32 x 20 simple dual-port SRAM block per MLAB.
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