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Intel Announces Agilex 7 M-Series FPGAs with R-Tile, PCIe 5.0 and CXL 2.0 Support

intel announced today The company’s Agilex 7 M-series family of field-programmable gate array (FPGA) products doubles its activated 10nm SuperFin manufacturing node. Citing increasing market demand for FPGA solutions as co-processors for networking, data centers, high-performance computing (HPC) cloud computing, and other applications, Intel is committed to greater flexibility than ever before, primarily (due to the inherently programmable nature of FPGAs) and promises high scaling capabilities. Intel’s Agilex 7 FPGA introduces new chiplets as part of its heterogeneous multi-die architecture. R-tileis responsible for providing the latest connectivity technologies i.e. PCIe 5.0 and CXL support with hard-coded IP blocks for hardware acceleration.

Intel’s Agilex 7 FPGAs are built on the company’s 10 nm SuperFin technology. A number of different IP blocks are placed on top of the interposer and connected via Intel’s EMIB. The new R-Tile and its PCIe 5.0 and CXL 2.0 capabilities are fully integrated into a single chiplet. (Image credit: Intel Corporation)

The new Heterogeneous R-Tile chiplet is the centerpiece for Intel, earning the title of the only FPGA family with full PCI-SIG 5.0 x16 data rate certification. Xilinx, now under AMD’s umbrella, is another example of his FPGA development company at the cutting edge, so there’s a feeling that Intel has won the race here.

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