FPGA IP Core Validated On TSMC16FFC

Flex Logix Technologies, supplier of embedded FPGA (eFPGA) IP and software, reports that its EFLX4K eFPGA IP core, both the Logic and DSP versions, have been fully validated on TSMC16FFC.  Evaluation boards are available now that integrate the EFLX200K validation chip (a 7x7 array of EFLX 4K cores: 182K LUT4, 560 MACs, 1.4Mbit attached SRAM, PLL & PVT) for customers to test their RTL on real silicon.

 

The EFLX4K validated on TSMC16FFC is based on the Gen 2 architecture, which includes 6-input-LUTs, an improved interconnect for large array performance, greater MAC pipelining, special logic for test acceleration, and configuration readback.  The Gen 2 architecture is being implemented on processes from 180nm to 16nm and are all supported by the same EFLX Compiler software tool. For more enlightenment, visit Flex Logix.

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