Intel Releases F-Tile-Enabled Intel Agilex 7 FPGAs

The chip giant has launched the Intel Agilex 7a new generation of FPGA solutions (Field Programmable Gate Array, or matrix of logic gates programmable in the field in Spanish), with which the Santa Clara company has once again opted to maintain high versatility and a high level of performance.

According to Intel, the Agilex 7s are equipped with the Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) transceivers. fastest available on the market today, and have been designed to help different user profiles address challenges in the most bandwidth-demanding areas of the world, which are typically found in data-intensive industries, one way or another. The two clearest examples would be data centers and high-speed networks.

These new FPGAs have been built with cloud, network, and embedded systems in mind, and are F-Tile-enabled. Taking a look at the performance data we find very interesting data, since They are capable of reaching a speed of up to 1.6 Tbpsthey can work with 25/50G passive optical networks and also with different broadcast standards.

Shannon Poulin, Intel corporate vice president and general manager of the Programmable Solutions Group, commented:

“Intel’s Agilex 7 with F-Tile is loaded with transceivers that offer more flexibility, bandwidth and performance data rate than any other FPGA on the market today. Coupled with Intel manufacturing and our supply chain resilience, we are offering multiple industry-leading products and capabilities that our customers and the industry require to address a wide variety of critical business needs.”

Intel Agilex 7 FPGAs have been manufactured under the intel 10nm node, also known as Intel 7, which means they use a state-of-the-art process and are optimized to offer good value in terms of performance and power consumption. Compared to the previous generation from Intel these new FPGAs have achieved double the bandwidth per channel, reducing power and maintaining a compact and functional form factor. This was precisely one of Intel’s most important innovations at MWC 2023.

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