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Intel’s New Agilex FPGA Family Addresses Data Centric Business Challenges

Intel FPGAs

Intel has announced a brand-new product family, the Intel Agilex FPGA. This new family of field programmable gate arrays (FPGA) will provide customized solutions to address the unique data-centric business challenges across embedded, network and data center markets.

Whether it’s through edge analytics for low-latency processing, virtualized network functions to improve performance, or data center acceleration for greater efficiency, Intel Agilex FPGAs are built to deliver customized solutions for applications from the edge to the cloud. Advances in artificial intelligence (AI) analytics at the edge, network and the cloud are compelling hardware systems to cope with evolving standards, support varying AI workloads, and integrate multiple functions. Intel Agilex FPGAs provide the flexibility and agility required to meet these challenges and deliver gains in performance and power.

The Intel Agilex family combines FPGA fabric built on Intel’s 10nm process with innovative heterogeneous 3D SiP technology. This provides the capability to integrate analog, memory, custom computing, custom I/O, and Intel eASIC device tiles into a single package with the FPGA fabric. Intel delivers a custom logic continuum with reusable IPs through a migration path from FPGA to structured ASIC. One API provides a software-friendly heterogeneous programming environment, enabling software developers to easily access the benefits of FPGA for acceleration.

The Key Features of the Intel FPGA include:

The Intel Agilex FPGA provides new capabilities to help accelerate the solutions of tomorrow.

  • Compute Express Link:  Industry’s first FPGA to support Compute Express Link, a cache and memory coherent interconnect to future Intel Xeon Scalable processors.
  • 2nd-Generation HyperFlex Architecture: Up to 40 percent higher performance, or up to 40 percent lower total power compared with Intel Stratix 10 FPGAs.
  • DSP Innovation: Only FPGA supporting hardened BFLOAT16 and up to 40 teraflops of digital signal processor (DSP) performance (FP16)
  • Peripheral component interconnect express (PCIe) Gen 5: Higher bandwidth compared with PCIe Gen 4.
  • Transceiver Data Rates: Support up to 112 Gbps data rates.
  • Advanced memory support: DDR5, HBM, Intel Optane DC persistent memory support.

Further information:  Intel Agilex on Intel.com

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