The best performance and system integration are delivered by Stratix 10 FPGAs and SoCs. Below, find out more about the special features and ground-breaking advantages that Stratix 10 devices offer to support next-generation, high-performance systems in a variety of applications. With floating-point performance of up to 10 TFLOPS and transceiver capability of up to 28.3 Gbps for chip-to-chip and backplane applications, Stratix 10 GX FPGAs are made to fulfill the high performance requirements of high-throughput systems.
In addition to all the characteristics of Stratix 10 GX devices, Stratix 10 SX SoC FPGAs have a hard processor system with a 64 bit quad-core ARM* Cortex-A53 processor available in all densities. Stratix 10 TX FPGAs combine H- and E- transceiver tiles to provide the most cutting-edge transceiver capabilities in the market. When using the E-tile, a single transceiver channel can operate at up to 56 Gbps in PAM-4 mode or 28.9 Gbps in NRZ mode thanks to its dual-mode transceiver capabilities. The other ground-breaking innovations of the Stratix GX and SX variants are likewise supported by Stratix 10 TX FPGAs.
Stratix 10 MX FPGAs combine 3D stacked high-bandwidth memory 2 (HBM2) with the programmability and flexibility of Stratix 10 FPGAs and SoCs in a single package. H- and E-transceiver tile support is provided by Stratix 10 MX FPGAs. The first FPGAs to offer Ultra Path Interconnect (UPI) enabling direct coherent connection to future chosen Xeon Scalable processors are the Stratix 10 DX FPGAs. They have a new memory controller that supports specific Optane DC permanent memory as well as a PCIe* Gen4 interface with up to x16 configuration at 16 GT/s. an FPGA specialized for artificial intelligence (AI) for applications requiring high bandwidth and low latency. The Stratix 10 NX FPGA delivers accelerated AI compute solution through AI-optimized compute blocks with up to 15X more INT82 throughput than standard Stratix 10 FPGA DSP Block; in package 3D stacked HBM high-bandwidth DRAM; and up to 57.8G PAM4 transceivers.