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FPGA rivals continue to play 'follow the leader'

November 14, 2011 // By Philip Ling

FPGA rivals continue to play 'follow the leader'

Xilinx has announced it is now shipping the Virtex-7 2000T, which uses a stacked silicon approach to create a device with 6.8 billion transistors. It shatters Altera’s previous title of producing the industry’s most integrated device; a title it claimed with the Stratix V, which integrates 3.9 billion transistors, although it may argue that it still holds that crown.

Read the full article on page 14 of our November digital edition.


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