EFLX4K on TSMC16FF+/FFC, Sandia 180, GF14LPP

FPGAs do an excellent job in enabling flexible Aerospace applications that can be updated and improved over the long life of Aerospace systems.

According to at least one market research report, >10% of FPGA Sales are for Aerospace  applications.  And, another report indicates that 35% of Aerospace microsystem content is FPGA.

Embedded FPGA adds even more value for  Aerospace applications:

  • Embedded FPGA offers density and performance similar to FPGA Chips, but when embedded FPGA is integrated in an SoC, power-hungry SERDES disappear and the result is a smaller, lighter, lower power solution: all critical improvements for any application involving flight.

  • Embedded FPGA can be ported to any CMOS process in any fab, including Fabs in the US and even Trusted Fabs: Defense applications often prefer US fabrication of critical components.

  • EFLX Embedded FPGA is based on Standard Cells (high density is achieved by the use of Flex Logix' patented, superior programmable interconnect): if Flex Logix is provided with a Rad-Hard Standard Cell Library, and given additional guidelines for Rad-Hard design, an EFLX embedded FPGA IP core and arrays will result that are Rad-Hard.

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DARPA, the US government's Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, has selected EFLX embedded FPGA Logic and DSP cores and entered into an agreement for them to be available to any company or government agency designing chips in TSMC® 16FFC for use by US Government, on special terms.  Flex Logix EFLX4K IP Cores in TSMC16FFC are available now.

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Sandia National Laboratories selected EFLX4K for their proprietary 180nm process:  all IP deliverables have been made to Sandia and they will use EFLX embedded FPGA in development of multiple Sandia chip products.


We have additional major Aerospace customers who have requested eFPGA that is manufactured in the USA in an advanced process node.  To support these customers we are now in design of EFLX4K for GlobalFoundries 14LPP/12LPP:  click HERE for a target specification.  There is more information available on the GF14 EFLX page.

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 Boeing is the first Aerospace company to announce they are licensing EFLX eFPGA for use on GF14LPP. See the press release HERE. There are more Aerospace companies and US government organizations in design or planning SoCs using EFLX eFPGA on GF14LPP.


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