One of the key takeaways from Hot Chips last year was that Intel’s EMIB strategy was going to be fixed primarily in FPGAs to begin with. Intel instigated a bridge and chiplet strategy: with the right FPGA, up to six different chiplets can be added via EMIB in a single package. This is well beyond the single EMIB implementation coming to consumers. Intel has already been selling its Stratix 10 family of FPGAs that have additional functionality through EMIB for a number of months, however today Intel is announcing the latest member of that family, one that has the ability to include 58G transceivers: the Stratix 10 TX. Intel will offer different variants of the Stratix 10 TX, from 600k logic elements with two chiplets...
On the back of Intel’s Technology and Manufacturing Day in March, the company presented another iteration of the information at an equivalent event in Beijing this week. Most of...52 by Ian Cutress on 9/19/2017
Today at Hot Chips we have a lot of interesting talks going on. First up is a talk on Intel's latest 14nm FPGA solution: Stratix 10 implementing HBM using...51 by Ian Cutress on 8/22/2017
Intel this week has announced its new portfolio of FPGAs designed for small form-factor and/or low-power Internet-of-Things devices, specifically in the fields of automotive, industrial, audio/visual and vision applications...26 by Anton Shilov on 2/18/2017
Today Intel has announced that they are buying Altera in an all-cash deal of $16.7 billion. The deal, having been rumored for a while now, will see Intel pick...20 by Ryan Smith on 6/1/2015
There has been some activity in the FPGA realm lately. First, Microsoft has published a paper at ISCA (a very well-known peer-reviewed computer architecture conference) about using FPGAs...23 by Rahul Garg on 6/21/2014