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Atmel quadruples density of ISP FPGA memory

Posted: 25 Jun 2002 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:at17f0980? at17f040? fpga memory? isp fpga memory? is system programmable memory?

Atmel corp. has announced the availability of the AT17F080 In System Programmable (ISP) FPGA configuration memory that features a density of 8Mbfour times more than the company's AT17LV002 devicewithin an 8-pin, 36mm? LAP casing.

The 8Mb device provides single-storage of all the configuration information for a 2-milllion gate Virtex device, any Spartan FPGA, or up to a 1.6-million gate Apex20K FPGA.

A 4Mb device, the AT17F040, is also available.

Both devices use a standard two-wire programming scheme to download FPGA data, enabling ISP while reducing I/O count and complexity. The FPGA configuration speed is rated at 30MHz and significantly reduces the time to fully configure high density FPGAs.

In quantities of 10,000 units, the new AT17F040 is priced at $18 and the AT17F080 is quoted at $25.

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