Efinix Announces Trion Titanium FPGA Family

July 16, 2020


Efinix Announces Trion Titanium FPGA Family

Efinix announced its Trion Titanium FPGA family inspired by the Quantum fabric underlying Efinix's first-generation Trion FPGAs.

Efinix announced its Trion Titanium FPGA family. Inspired by the Quantum fabric underlying Efinix's first-generation Trion FPGAs, the Quantum compute fabric adds additional compute and routing capability into its eXchangeable logic and routing (XLR) cells.

The Trion Titanium FPGAs feature enhanced compute with the 3X clock frequency boost afforded by the 16nm process. According to the company, this makes Efinix's FPGAs ideal for computational acceleration applications while the increased routing flexibility delivers utilization ratios.

With the 16nm process node and the 2X efficiency improvement of the Quantum compute fabric, Titanium FPGAs pack suitable processing power into a small die size, taking just a quarter of the area of the previous Trion generation. According to the company, the low power consumption of the 16nm node means that Titanium devices consume a third of the power of Trion devices and overcome all the thermal issues associated with highly integrated applications. This combination makes them ideal for multi-chip, system-in-package (SIP) designs such as those found in mobile, edge compute, AI, and IoT.

The Titanium family comprises FPGAs ranging from 25K to 500K logic elements that are available in familiar and BGA packages. The FPGAs have a range of hardened IP such as PCIe Gen4, DDR4, 10 Gbps Ethernet, and 2.5 Gbps MIPI controllers for performance and system connectivity in applications ranging from vision systems and industrial automation to edge computing.

For more information, visit: https://www.efinixinc.com/index.html

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