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Author: James Yunker (Company: Naval Undersea Warfare Center) (newport_j)
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In this paper it talks about a Altera Stratix 10 capable of 10 
Teraflops. It says it will be available in 2015. The link is

http://eetimes.com/document.asp?doc_id=1322042

Now there is an Atera Stratix 10 now. It seems that this FPGA discussed 
is really a significant improvement over present state of the art.

What happened here? Is this out or not? It seems that it is out for 
purchase.

Any help appreciated. Thanks in advance.


Respectfully,


Newport_j

Author: Grendel (Guest)
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You mix up Arria and Stratix Parts.
Arria is midrange FPGA, Stratix is high-end.
Arria 10 seems to be available now as Samples.


What is your budget btw.?
Those 10TFLOP/s parts won't be cheap (=cost as much as a good car).

Author: lkmiller (Guest)
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James Yunker wrote:
> Now there is an Atera Stratix 10 now. It seems that this FPGA discussed
> is really a significant improvement over present state of the art.
> What happened here?
Be sure: all the suppliers are cooking with the same water. Only the 
salesmen sell their own water as "the hotter one"...

Author: Lattice User (Guest)
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lkmiller wrote:
> James Yunker wrote:
>> Now there is an Atera Stratix 10 now. It seems that this FPGA discussed
>> is really a significant improvement over present state of the art.
>> What happened here?
> Be sure: all the suppliers are cooking with the same water. Only the
> salesmen sell their own water as "the hotter one"...

The oven to boil the water for the Stratix 10 is operated by Intel, so 
it is "hotter". The problem is the oven is not yet working. Current 
Intel processors are still in 22 nm. The Stratix 10 is based on the 
upcoming 14 nm process, which is estimated to be ready in 2015.

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