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Altera 28nm Stratix V FPGA
Photo: Company [Apr 21, 2010]

Altera has announced its next-generation 28nm Stratix V FPGA family, which offers up to 1.6Tbps of serial switching capability.

Manufactured on TSMC's 28nm HP process, the Stratix V FPGA family provides up to 1.1 million logic elements (LEs), 53Mbit embedded memory, 3,680 18x18 multipliers and integrated transceivers operating up to 28Gbps.

Altera said its new 28nm FPGA family includes four variants that address a broad range of applications in the wireless/wireline communications, military, broadcast, computer and storage, test and medical markets.

Altera expects to begin shipping samples of Stratix V FPGAs in the first quarter of 2011.

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