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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.


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