Industry application
Several 28nm FPGA products of cering have arrived
Has won more than 200 designs, creating an unprecedented miracle in the industry.
To date, the company has shipped thousands of virtex-7 and kintextm-7 fpgas worldwide to meet the needs of a wide range of applications, including high-performance defense radar systems and next-generation 200G wired communication Bridges, as well as ultra-high-resolution medical imaging equipment and cutting-edge measurement equipment.
Highly aligned with market needs and an innovative 28nm unified architecture, cering is able to deliver new products to the market as quickly as possible in the programmable logic (PLD) industry.
In addition to giving customers access to 28nm technology in record time, the 7 series FPGA can also meet the universal demand for lower power consumption while achieving maximum performance through the optimal combination of logic, DSP, and high-speed serial channels.
Jordan Selburn, chief analyst at iSuppli, a market research firm, said: "the PLD industry will continue to outpace the semiconductor market, thanks in no small part to the growing number of customers in ASIC's markets who are moving to PLDS.
With each new generation of process nodes, PLD can meet the design requirements of more and more terminal applications.
In March 2011, under the leadership of cering, PLD suppliers delivered 28nm products ahead of most ASIC and ASSP competitors. PLD suppliers are expected to benefit significantly from this accelerated trend, and the PLD industry is expected to continue to outpace the overall growth rate of the semiconductor market.
Jason Chen, senior vice-president of global sales and marketing at TSMC, said: "we are pleased to help cering achieve this significant milestone.
The integration of cering's design expertise with TSMC's advanced technology platform brings great value to our customers.
We believe this combination will create a win-win situation for cering and its customers."
With virtex-7 FPGA to drive the development of the highest bandwidth system, and with kintex-7 FPGA to meet the stringent power and cost requirements, cering can support the fastest growing application fields in the FPGA market.
Another member of the 7 family, the artix-7 FPGA, will ship in the first quarter of 2012.
"Since participating in the original Virtex development program 12 years ago, our research and development team has been using the sarins FPGA to design high-definition displays in the radidiagnostic field," says John Beck, chief engineer of research and development at NDS Surgical Imaging's Dome (acquired by NDS in 2008), the world's leading medical Imaging innovation company.
Kintex-7 has the combined advantages of high cost performance and low power consumption, making it an ideal choice for our newest Dome s110 megapixel mammography displays.
We have integrated two complete display port interfaces, the IP of which is also developed by cering, to give full play to the advantages of kintex-7 to achieve high quality image display performance while meeting strict diagnostic quality requirements and radiological environment requirements.
Cering has delivered three 28nm FPGA products, which are the first in many industries and can fully meet the current market demand.
In order to greatly reduce power consumption, the 7 series FPGA is manufactured with the 28nm HPL (high performance, low power consumption) process of TSMC.
In order to improve customer work efficiency and shorten development time, 7 series fpgas adopt a unified extensible architecture, which can easily transplant 28nm designs between different product series.
Finally, in order to meet the rapid growth of customers' demand for capacity and system bandwidth, sering broke through this limit with 2.5d stacked silicon wafer interconnection (SSI) technology. On October 26, 2011, it launched the world's largest ever FPGA -- virtex-7 2000T FPGA containing 2 million logic units.