Intel® MAX® 10 FPGAs are well equipped to provide cost effective, single-chip solutions in control plane or datapath applications. By integrating features, such as dual configuration flash, analog-to-digital converter (ADC), digital signal processing (DSP), and Nios® II embedded processor support, MAX 10 FPGAs are ideal for a broad range of markets and applications.

Board Management Applications

Data center applications push the boundaries of both performance and power.  This imposes intelligent PMIC suport onto the high-end FPGAs that drive these systems, like: Intel® Arria® 10 FPGA and SoCs and Intel® Stratix® 10 FPGA and SoCs.  MAX 10 FPGAs are an excellent PMIC solution in these data center, and other, applications due their right combination of instant on, analog inputs, and digital control.

In addition to PMIC capability, MAX 10 devices offer excellent thermal management support with an integrated on chip temperature sensing diode, as well support for many off chip temperature sensors.

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Industrial Applications

MAX 10 FPGA Benefits:

  • Higher performance—Low-latency control loops for motor control with parallel processing for precise timing and diagnostics
  • Greater flexibility—High I/O counts, internal ADC, integrated control and communications, and tailored resource usage to meet performance requirements
  • Reduced cost of ownership—Lower part count with small form factor, increased reliability, and reduced risk of obsolescence

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Automotive Applications

 

MAX 10 FPGA Benefits:

  • I/O support flexibility—LVDS , mini-LVDS , and LVCMOS support
  • Optimized Intel FPGA intellectual property (IP)—ALTLVDS megafunction and Video and Image Processing Suite
  • Diverse offering—Granular family offering to meet design needs with on-chip flash to reduce BOMs

 

MAX 10 FPGA Benefits

  • Reduced board space—Feature integration combined with Intel® Enpirion® power solutions require 50% less board space
  • System monitoring—Integration of ADCs for system sensing
  • Remote system upgrade—Dual configuration provides true fail-safe upgrades
  • Complex control management—Software-controlled system management through Nios II soft core embedded processors
  • Single-core voltage support—Single supply offering required for power-up sequence management