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Title: State of the art in FPGA technology


1
State of the art in FPGA technology
  • Jecel Assumpção Jr
  • LCR - ICMC - USP
  • São Carlos

2
topics
  • Xilinx vs Altera
  • Bit players
  • Rookies
  • Alternatives

3
Xilinx vs Altera
  • First FPGA (1985)
  • Sells US1.7B/year
  • First reprogrammable logic device (1984)
  • First CPLD (1988)
  • Sells US1.2B/year

4
Xilinx vs Altera
  • High End Virtex
  • 1998
  • 1999 E
  • 2000 II
  • 2002 II Pro
  • 2004 4 LX/SX/FX
  • 2006 5 LX/LXT/SXT
  • 2008 5 FXT/TXT
  • 2009 6
  • High End Stratix
  • 2002
  • 2003 GX
  • 2004 II
  • 2005 II GX
  • 2006 III
  • 2008 IV E
  • 2008 IV GX

5
Xilinx vs Altera
  • Low End Spartan
  • 1998
  • 1999 II
  • 2001 IIE
  • 2003 3
  • 2005 3E
  • 2006 3A
  • 2007 3AN/3A-DSP
  • 2009 6
  • Low End Cyclone
  • 2003
  • 2004 II
  • 2007 III
  • 2009 IV

6
Xilinx vs Altera
Virtex 6 Stratix IV
technology 40nm 40nm
Logic cells 75K to 588K 72K to 803K
Block RAM 6M to 33M 7M to 33M
DSP 288 to 864 384 to 1024
Tranceivers Up to 4824 Up to 48
I/O 380 to 720 372 to 920
speed 600MHz 600MHz
7
Bit player Lattice
  • ECP3 - lowest cost FPGA with SERDES
  • XP2 - 90nm Flash
  • Also ECP2, ECP2M and SC

8
Bit player Actel
  • Igloo and ProASIC3 - low power
  • SmartFusion and Fusion - mixed signal
  • RTAX, RTProASIC3 and RTSX - radiation tolerance
  • Axcelerator, SX-A, eX and MX - antifuse

9
Bit player QuickLogic
  • Customer Specific Standard Products (CSSPs)

10
Bit player Atmel
  • Legacy devices - AT6000
  • AT40KAL AVR8 FPSLIC (Field Programmable
    System Level Integrated Circuits)

11
Edinburgh
  • 1985 to 1988 - three generations of CAL up to
    CAL256
  • 1989 - Algotronix formed, CAL1024
  • 1993 - bought by Xilinx XC6200
  • Very popular for research, but not commercially

12
Imperial College
13
Rookie Silicon Blue
  • Classic architecture
  • Low power
  • Low cost
  • Internal Flash

14
Rookie Achronix
  • 1.5GHz
  • picoPIPE assynchronous internal architecture
  • SERDES
  • DDR3 controllers

15
Rookie Tabula
  • 1.6GHz with 8 multiplexed designs
  • 48 SERDES
  • 5.5MB RAM
  • 220K to 630K logic cells

16
Rookie Tier Logic
17
Alternative eASIC
  • Standard Cell ASIC-like unit cost, power
    consumption performance and density
  • Low up-front development cost
  • Simple, FPGA-like design flow
  • Device turnaround in only 4-6 weeks

18
Alternative Stretch Inc
19
Alternative Trips
20
Alternative Xmos
21
Alternative MathStar
22
Alternative Tilera
23
Alternative Stream Processors Inc
24
Thanks!
25
references
  • http//www.xilinx.com/
  • http//www.altera.com/
  • http//lms.nthu.edu.tw/sys/read_attach.php?id1796
    8
  • http//ce.et.tudelft.nl/FPL/trimbergerFPL2007.pdf
  • http//www.fpga-guide.com/overview_frame.html

26
references
  • http//www.latticesemi.com/
  • http//www.actel.com/
  • http//www.quicklogic.com/
  • http//www.atmel.com/
  • http//www.algotronix.com/people/tom/album.html
  • http//www.doc.ic.ac.uk/ipage/papers/cam95.pdf

27
references
  • http//www.siliconbluetech.com/
  • http//www.achronix.com/
  • http//www.tabula.com/
  • http//www.tierlogic.com/

28
references
  • http//www.easic.com/
  • http//www.stretchinc.com/
  • http//userweb.cs.utexas.edu/trips/
  • http//www.xmos.com/
  • http//www.mathstar.com/
  • http//www.tilera.com/
  • http//www.streamprocessors.com/
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