AMD has unveiled the world’s largest adaptive single-chip FPGA system.

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It offers 18.5 million logical cells

AMD has unveiled the world’s largest adaptive single-chip system. The Versal Premium VP1902 is an emulation-grade IC device designed to simplify the verification of semiconductor designs. The new FPGA is designed for emulation and prototyping.

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Compared to the previous generation, the VP1902 offers twice the capacity to emulate next generation prototype products. The new FPGA provides 18.5 million logical cells. 

AMD has unveiled the world’s largest adaptive single-chip FPGA system.

Providing core computing technology to our customers is a top priority. In emulation and prototyping, this means ensuring the highest possible capacity and performance. Chip designers can confidently emulate and prototype next-generation products using our VP1902 adaptive SoC, accelerating future innovation in AI, autonomous vehicles, Industry 5.0, and other emerging technologies.

Mass production of the new FPGA will start in early 2024, but some customers will have access to it as early as the third quarter of this year. 

 

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