28 nm Device Portfolio: the Measurable Advantage

Designs are becoming increasingly complex as system performance, power, and cost requirements continue to expand and conflict. Because a one-size-fits-all approach doesn't work, Intel has developed a 28 nm device portfolio for your unique design requirements.

In our portfolio, you'll find the broadest array of 28 nm devices, united by a common design environment designed to enhance your productivity. Whether your designs are at the high end, low end, or somewhere in between, you'll find a device that meets your requirements. What's more, you can differentiate your products without having to sacrifice one capability or advantage to gain another.

Array of Differentiated Devices

You'll find hundreds of part number variations with:

  • Densities ranging from 25K logic elements (LEs) up to 1 million LEs
  • Transceiver bandwidth ranging from 600 Mbps up to 28 Gbps
  • Up to 30 percent lower total power compared to previous-generation FPGAs
  • Hard processor system (HPS) with a dual-core ARM* Cortex*-A9 MPCore* processor integrated into the 28 nm Low-Power (28LP) FPGA fabric

Our 28-nm device families include:

To address these diverging requirements, we've invested heavily in four key areas to create our diversified portfolio:

  • Process technology
  • Architecture
  • Transceiver technology
  • Hard intellectual property (IP) blocks

Common Design Toolset for Greater Productivity

Our newest device families are supported by a common, productivity-enhancing design environment. Even with the range of devices available – covering an array of price points, performance levels, and more – you can stay with the same design software, IP cores, and other resources to swiftly turn your concepts into revenue-generating applications. The design environment includes:

When it comes to addressing conflicting performance, power, and cost requirements, our 28 nm device portfolio is unmatched. From its breadth of capabilities to its application-focused solutions, the portfolio redefines programmable logic, enabling you to create differentiated and more complex solutions with less time and effort.