Following yesterday’s announcement of the world’s highest capacity FPGA, the Intel® Stratix® 10 GX 10M, with 10.2 million logic elements (LEs), see “Intel announces Intel® Stratix® 10 GX 10M FPGA, world’s highest capacity with 10.2 million logic elements. Targets ASIC Prototyping and Emulation Markets,” some people have asked me whether or not this device is real.
The one-word answer is: Yes.
The 1000-word answer: Here’s an official Intel device photo…
Bonus 1000-word answer: Here’s a photo of the device that I shot this week at my desk:
Intel has already shipped samples of the Intel Stratix 10 GX 10M FPGA to customers and it is now in production. You can find the important stats on the Intel Stratix 10 GX 10M FPGA in the newly updated Intel Stratix 10 GX/SX product table. Click here.
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