Targeting high-volume small-cell, microserver, broadband access and video applications, ECP5 FPGAs have twice the functional density of competing devices in a tiny 10x10mm package, and come in at 40% less cost and 30% less power compared to other options.
The new 85K LUT (look up table) LFE5UM-85 devices sampling now, are the largest in the family and available in the same packages as smaller devices in the family -- which enables designers to prototype in the largest device size for convenience and flexibility, then optimize for cost in a lower density device when they go to production. The ECP5 hardware development boards based on the LFE5UM-85 will be available for purchase at www.latticesemi.com by end of July.
Over 100 early access customers are using ECP5 devices and boards to build solutions that perform critical bridging and interface functions including LPDDR3, PCI Express, MIPI, Ethernet, and USB3.0.
"Customers are fully enabled to implement their ECP5 designs quickly and also easily meet their need for high-performance and flexibility," said Lattice Senior Product Marketing Director Jim Tavacoli.
For more information, www.latticesemi.com/ecp5.
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