FPGAs target high-performance edge compute

FPGAs target high-performance edge compute

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By Jean-Pierre Joosting

Efinix® has announced its Titanium Ti375 high performance FPGAs are now shipping in sample quantities to early access customers.

“With today’s proliferation and diversity of applications, there is an insatiable demand for high compute performance and low power in a footprint that can be deployed at the far edge,” said Efinix Co-founder, CEO and President Sammy Cheung. “The Titanium family of FPGAs, particularly the Ti375, is unique in being able to satisfy these requirements and an absolute game changer.”

The Ti375 is manufactured in an advanced 16 nm process node. Titanium FPGAs deliver performance and efficiency through high-density, low power and high compute in small package footprints ranging from 35,000-to-1 million logic elements. The Ti375, with a capacity of 375K logic elements, features:

  • Quad-Core Hardened RISC-V block at over 1-GHz with Linux capable MMU, FPU and custom instruction capability.
  • Quad SerDes transceivers supporting up to 16 Gbps raw data rates with multiple protocols, including PCIe® 4.0, Ethernet SGMII and Ethernet 10GBase-KR protocols, as well as PMA Direct mode.
  • Dual Embedded PCIe Gen4x4 controllers supporting root complex and end point with SRIOV (Single Root I/O Virtualization) and dual hardened LPDDR4/4X DRAM controllers for high bandwidth access to external memory.

The Titanium Ti375 FPGA enables a wide variety of applications spanning machine vision, video bridges, automotive and communications, to name a few.

“Our Titanium Ti375 makes custom silicon obsolete, making it ideal for the rapidly evolving models used in AI, and will be instrumental in delivering against the requirements for edge intelligence,” said Mark Oliver, Efinix vice president of marketing. “By delivering a unique power, performance, size combination, Ti375 will support edge AI from lab to production, and beyond.”

Efinix will be showcasing the Titanium Ti375 FPGAs at Embedded World 2024.

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