New 16nm and 20nm UltraScale™ families from AMD are based on the first architecture to span multiple nodes from planar through FinFET technologies and beyond, while also scaling from monolithic through 3D ICs. At 20nm AMD pioneered the first ASIC-class architecture to enable multi-hundred gigabit-per-second levels of system performance with smart processing at full line rates, scaling to terabits and teraflops. At 16nm, UltraScale+ families combine new memory, 3D-on-3D, and multi-processing SoC (MPSoC) technologies to deliver a generation ahead of value.
The new AMD UltraScale+ FPGA portfolio is comprised of the Artix™ UltraScale+ FPGA, Kintex™ UltraScale+ FPGA, Virtex™ UltraScale+ FPGA, and 3D IC families, while the Zynq™ UltraScale+ family includes the industry’s first MPSoCs. Optimized at the system level, UltraScale+ devices deliver value far beyond a traditional process node migration – providing 2–5X greater system-level performance/watt over 28nm devices, far more systems integration and intelligence, and the highest level of security and safety.
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