Intel Dives Further Into IoT, Announces Cyclone 10 FPGAs

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Any word on what manufacturing node these use? Can we assume 14nm? Did they release any peak GFLOPS/W or GMACS/W figures?

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BTW, is there any way to zoom in on the images? I can barely read the charts, and it'd be nice not to have to search for them on Intel.com.
 

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Any word on what manufacturing node these use? Can we assume 14nm?
Acording to public altera info:
Cyclone 10 GX FPGAs are built on a high-performance 20 nm process
Cyclone 10 LP FPGAs are built on a power-optimized 60 nm process
 

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Sorry about the tables, our image galleries are great to increase the number of images we can show in a small space, but are murderous to text at times. Intel's documentation doesn't share the GFLOPS/W or GMACS/W figures. They are using 20nm TSMC for the GX, and an unspecified 60nm for LP.

I also pulled the images out of the images so they are easier to read, and clickable for larger versions.
 
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