90 nm Non-Volatile FPGA Family is Fully Qualified
Thu, 05/08/2008 - 11:57am
Lattice Semiconductor Corp. announces that the 17K LUT LatticeXP2–17 device, one of five members of its third-generation non-volatile LatticeXP2 FPGA family, has been fully qualified and released to volume production. Designed using the industry's most advanced non-volatile FPGA technology, a 90 nm embedded Flash process manufactured on 300 mm wafers, the LatticeXP2 devices provide the "instant-on" and reduced footprint benefits of earlier Lattice non-volatile devices, while also enhancing design security, RAM back-up and live update capabilities. The LatticeXP2 features logic capacities from 5K to 40K, 4-input Look Up Tables (LUTs). I/O counts across the family range from 86 to 540 in space-saving package configurations as small as an 8 mm × 8 mm chip-scale BGA package (csBGA). Flash memory blocks are embedded within LatticeXP2 FPGAs to store the device configuration, providing a true single chip solution that Lattice calls the flexiFLASH architecture.