The first programmable logic devices designed for high-speed system logic integration are Actel's Integrator Series FPGAs. Integrator Series devices offer a fine-grained, register-rich design with incorporated dual-port SRAM and wide-decode circuitry. They are based on Actel's in-house antifuse technology and 0.6-micron double metal CMOS process.
The 3200DX and 1200XL families of the Integrator Series were created to integrate system logic, which is frequently implemented in a number of CPLDs, PALs, and FPGAs. The capabilities and performance needed by today's sophisticated, high-speed digital logic systems are offered by these devices. Fast dual-port SRAM is available from the 3200DX family to implement FIFOs, LIFOs, and short-term data storage. The vast number of storage components can effectively handle applications like telecommunications, networking, and DSP that require wide datapath modification and transformation functions.