The Intel® Stratix® FPGAs and SoC series combine high density and high performance with a rich feature to enable more functions and maximize system bandwidth, allowing customers to bring high-performance, state-of-the-art products to market faster with lower risk.

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Intel® Stratix® 10

Introduced in 2013, 14 nm Tri-Gate technology.

Stratix® V

Introduced in 2010, 28 nm technology.

Stratix® IV

Introduced in 2008, 40 nm technology.

Stratix® III

Introduced in 2006, 65 nm technology.

All Stratix® Generations

Device Family Intel® Stratix® 10 Stratix®
Stratix® II GX
Stratix® II Stratix® GX Stratix®
Year of Introduction
2013 2010 2008 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002
Process Technology

14 nm 

28 nm 40nm 65nm 90nm 90nm 130nm 130nm

Intel® Stratix® Series Common Features

Both evolutionary and revolutionary features have been incorporated over the generations of Intel® Stratix® device families.

Intel® Stratix® 10
Stratix® V Stratix® IV
Adaptive Logic Modules
DSP Blocks
External Memory Interfaces
Embedded Memory
I/O Performance
Design Security
Single-Event Upset Mitigation
Remote System Upgrades
Partial Reconfiguration
3D Tri-Gate Transistor Technology


Hard Processor System
Intel® Hyperflex™ FPGA Architecture


Heterogeneous 3D Solutions (SRAM, DRAM, and ASICs)


Hard IEEE 754 Single Precision Floating Point


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Intel® Stratix® 10 SoCs

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