Intel® MAX® 10 FPGAs offer system-level cost savings through increased integration of external system component functions. Unlike CPLDs, 55 nm Intel MAX 10 FPGAs include full-featured FPGA capabilities, such as digital signal processing (DSP), analog blocks with analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) and a temperature sensor, embedded soft processor support, memory controllers, and dual configuration flash.
Intel® MAX® 10 FPGAs are available in commercial, industrial, and automotive (AEC-Q100) temperature grades.
In addition, they will be supported in a future release of the functional safety pack, TUV Certified to IEC 61508 and ISO 26262, reducing development time and time to market.
Intel® MAX® 10 FPGAs – Your Control Center
Why have a separate Power Management IC (PMIC) to control your systems, when you can get one Intel® MAX® 10 FPGA that does it all. MAX 10 FPGAs integrate comprehensive Board Management Controller (BMC) capabilities, reducing component count and cost relative to stand-alone solutions.
Many of today’s high-end FPGAs, including Intel® Arria® 10 FPGAs and SoCs and Intel® Stratix® 10 FPGAs and SoCs, have multiple power rails that need to be turned on a in a specific order and monitored during runtime to ensure proper device operation. Whether the power supplies used for these FGPAs are controlled by simple digital I/O or leverage the more advanced PMBus control interface, MAX 10 FPGAs are well equipped to sequence and monitor these power supplies.
Benefits of using MAX 10 FPGAs over PMICs:
Integrated analog and instant on
Integrated temperature sense diode
Proven reference designs reduce time to market
Examples of MAX 10 BMC solutions available today from Reflex and Nallatech
Next generation video solutions, such as industrial surveillance cameras, industrial machine vision, automotive (gesture control, self-driving cars, advanced driver assistance system (ADAS)) and consumer drones require more advanced video processing capabilities. Intel® MAX® 10 FPGAs, combined with IP cores, provide one of the industry’s best solutions to implement many of these interfaces:
Previously, ASSP D-PHY devices were needed to convert signals from the CMOS image sensor to the MIPI electrical standards before input into traditional FPGAs, which then implemented customized image sensor/processing functions.
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With the Nios® II embedded processor, Intel® MAX® 10 FPGAs provide unmatched flexibility when designing your system. Going beyond traditional low-cost FPGAs, CPLDs, and microcontroller units (MCUs), only MAX 10 FPGAs with Nios II processor support provide: