The, Intel Stratix 10 DX FPGA provides new features and interface features compared to previous models, including:
-support for new interface standards, including optional Aoteng data center level persistent memory, can significantly increase bandwidth,
With specific Intel to strong scalable processors, UPI interface can reduce latency by 37%, and improve overall system performance through consistent data movement and theoretical peak transmission rate of 28GB/s.
In particular, it is worth mentioning thatIntel is expected to provide CXL ultra-high speed interconnection protocol in 2021, and the memory-consistent FPGA interface is part of the Intel roadmap.
-The PCIe 4.0x16 interface, which supports PCI-SIG standard, can provide theoretical peak data bandwidth of 32GB/ seconds, and the throughput of data center and non-data center applications can be more than doubled.
-each FPGA supports up to eight ao Teng data center level persistent memory, non-volatile memory, with a maximum capacity of 4 TB.
Other existing functions: 100GB/s ethernet, HBM2 high bandwidth memory, four-core ARM A53 processor subsystem with peripherals.
According to previous revelations, Rocket Lake, the desktop platform that Intel will launch in 2020-2021, will also support PCIe 4.0.
AMD has previously launched PCIe 4.0 on three generations of processors, RX 5700 graphics cards and X570 motherboards. Intel has always claimed that PCIe 4.0 is useless now. Of course, Intel is very cautious and emphasizes that PCIe 4.0 is useless for games.
Prior to this, Intel has shipped the first Agilex FPGA, to be manufactured in 10nm process for the first time, and it is also the first FPGA product that integrates almost all the current innovative technologies of Intel, with heterogeneous 3D SiP stereoscopic packaging.PCIe 5.0 BusDDR5/HBM/ Aoteng DC persistent memory, eASIC device One API unified development interface, cache and memory consistency CXL bus, transceiver data rate of the highest 112 Gbps, the current industry first.
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