Intel® FPGAs offer a wide variety of configurable embedded SRAM, high-speed transceivers, high-speed I/Os, logic blocks, and routing. Built-in intellectual property (IP) combined with outstanding software tools lower FPGA development time, power, and cost.

Intel® Stratix® Series

The Intel® Stratix® FPGA and SoC family enables you to deliver high-performance, state-of-the-art products to market faster with lower risk and higher productivity.

Intel® Arria® Series

The Intel® Arria® device family delivers Intel®  performance and power efficiency in the midrange.

Intel® Cyclone® Series

The Intel® Cyclone® FPGA series is built to meet your low-power, cost-sensitive design needs, enabling you to get to market faster.

Intel® MAX® Series

The Intel® MAX® 10 FPGAs revolutionize non-volatile integration by delivering advance processing capabilities in a low-cost, single chip small form.

Benefits of FPGAs

FPGA is a semiconductor IC where a large majority of the electrical functionality inside the device can be changed; changed by the design engineer, changed during the PCB assembly process, or even changed after the equipment has been shipped to customers out in the ‘field’.

Flexibility

FPGA functionality can change upon every power-up of the device.

Acceleration

Get products to market quicker and/or increase your system performance.

Integration

Today’s FPGAs include on-die processors, transceiver I/O’s at 28 Gbps (or faster), RAM blocks, DSP engines, and more.

Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)

While ASICs may cost less per unit than an equivalent FPGA, building them requires a non-recurring expense (NRE), expensive software tools, specialized design teams, and long manufacturing cycles.

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