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The 'Future of Programmable Logic'

20 November 2002 Electronics Technology

Altera introduced what it is calling the 'Future of Programmable Logic'. The company's new Stratix device family is based on a 1,5 V, 0,13 µm, all-layer-copper process, and offers a new high-performance architecture built for block-based design methods.

Built with the company's LogicLock design methodology, the Stratix devices help simplify the difficult process of design integration, and are claimed to offer an average performance increase of 40% over previous architectural generations.

Stratix devices are specifically designed to address bandwidth-intensive designs, incorporating significant advances in memory design, processing power, and I/O flexibility. Rather than being restricted to non-critical peripheral processes, Stratix devices can be used at the heart of these high-bandwidth systems to accelerate performance and enable new functionality.

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