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in november 2013, xilinx announced that it was ceasing shipments of its virtex-7 family fpgas. the company had partnered with actel in 2013 to jointly develop the virtex-7 h5000x fpgas, with the h6000x fpgas being targeted for long-term high-volume applications. xilinx stated that it had a large backlog of orders, but that the new technology meant that this backlog would not be filled by using traditional packaging methods and that the lead times would therefore extend, and that these factors created challenges for customers.
xilinx introduced the virtex-5 family in 2013, including the dual-core 5-100t fpga, 5-400t fpga, 5-400h and 5-56h fpga transceiver, and the 5-200 t fpga all operating at 5 gbit/s, and the 5-200h and 5-56h fpga transceivers operating at 13.1 gbit/s, with a maximum bit-rate of 20.4 gbit/s. the 5-100t and 5-400t fpgas are composed of one virtex-5 ip fpga and one virtex-5 fpga sub-controller, while the 5-400h and 5-56h fpgas comprise two virtex-5 ip fpgas and two virtex-5 fpga sub-controllers in a common package. the 5-200t fpga is composed of one virtex-5 ip fpga and one virtex-5 fpga sub-controller, while the 5-200h and 5-56h fpga transceivers have the same configuration, but used in dual or quad mode.
the xilinx kintex-7 family and the smaller virtex-7 fpgas were intended to provide the enhanced performance and functionality of the 14nm process at a lower cost and power, while not compromising the reliability of the previous 28nm virtex-6 fpgas, a goal xilinx had maintained since its first generation 12.5 gbit/s virtex-5 family devices in 2009. the kintex-7 family includes high-performance 12.5 gbit/s or lower-cost optimized 6.
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