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SANTA CLARA, Calif.—November 11, 2020—Efinix®, an innovator in programmable product platforms and technology, today announced the tapeout of its Ti60 FPGA at TSMC’s 16 nm process node. The device is the first in the Trion® Titanium family and features the Quantum™ compute fabric for enhanced compute and acceleration capabilities. Titanium family devices offer 3x the operating frequency and occupy a quarter of the area when compared to the previous-generation Trion family devices. This makes them ideal for applications such as vision systems with embedded artificial intelligence and near data processing from data center to the edge.

“The Titanium family ushers in a new era of FPGAs at Efinix. With enhanced compute capabilities, faster speed, and tiny size, they will set new price performance points for embedded computing,” said Tony Ngai, Efinix co-founder, CTO, and SVP of engineering. “The low power dissipation of the Titanium family members makes them ideal for edge and near data applications where uncontrolled and harsh environments are commonplace.”

The Ti60 will immediately be available under the Reconfigurable Acceleration Platform (RAP) initiative in die form, as a licensable core, and as a traditional packaged FPGA. The RAP initiative makes Efinix FPGA technology readily available in a variety of packaging options facilitating System in Package (SiP) and highly integrated applications. RAP also offers a series of software abstractions to speed time to market with embedded accelerators for the RISC-V cores available on Efinix devices.


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