Intel Introduces 10nm Agilex FPGAs; Customized Connectivity with HBM, DDR5, PCIe Gen 5, and 112G Transceivers

As Intel slowly recovers from its 10-nanometer woes, we are finally seeing some concrete announcements. As part of today's Intel Data Center event, the company is pulling the curtain back on its data-center oriented line of high-performance FPGAs.

Introducing Agilex

Today, Intel is introducing Agilex FPGAs, formerly codename Falcon Mesa. Those FPGAs are based on Intel's 10-nanometer node. Intended to serve as the company's next-generation flagship line of FPGAs, those chips are aimed at accel...


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