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From the Horse's Mouth - Architecture of Stratix III

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  • UserVaughn Betz, Altera Corp
  • ClockTuesday 01 July 2008, 11:00-12:00
  • HouseRoom 611, EEE.

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This talk will describe the architectures of Altera’s Stratix III (65nm) and Stratix IV (45nm) FPG As, and the methodology used to create them. Programmable power is a key feature of these devices which leverages body back-bias to reduce static power without impacting design speed. Extensive experimentation also led to a new block and distributed RAM architecture, and a more routable interconnect architecture.

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