Altera Stratix III FPGA Web Seminars

Altera has a two web seminars about its new 65-nm high-end Stratix(R) III FPGA family:

Overview of Altera’s 65-nm Stratix III FPGAs
This 15-min QuickCast discusses how Altera’s Stratix III 65-nm high-end FPGAs meet your business and technical requirements. In this QuickCast, you’ll learn more about:

  • Altera’s methodology for delivering programmable logic solutions to meet the next-generation business and technical
  • requirements of industry leading customers around the world
  • Technology innovations, including Programmable Power Technology, higher performance and fast interconnects
  • The risk-free path from Stratix FPGAs to HardCopy(R) structured ASIC
  • Quartus II development tools to improve productivity

Target Audience:

  • System Architects
  • Engineering and Technical Managers
  • Engineering Executives

Using Stratix III FPGAs to Achieve Higher Performance Systems with Lower Power Net
Not all logic paths are created equal, so why do you need to supply the same currents to the slow paths as you do the fast ones? Found only in Altera’s Stratix III 65-nm FPGAs, Programmable Power Technology delivers maximum power when needed to critical paths in your design and low power everywhere else. This revolutionary logic array block (LAB)-based feature provides an incredible 50 percent power saving and 25 percent performance improvement over the previous generation FPGAs.

Programmable Power Technology is one of the many innovative features built into Altera’s Stratix III devices that were developed in collaboration with industry leading customers around the world. Learn how these features, along with performance optimizing Quartus II development tools and EDA synthesis support, supply complete solutions and enable you to design your next-generation high-end system with confidence.

In this online seminar, you will learn more about Stratix III FPGAs:

  • Logic-rich, DSP- and memory-rich, and transceiver-based device variants
  • Customer recommended features and benefits for next-generation system designs
  • Adaptive logic module (ALM) architecture
  • Development tools and methodology

Target Audience:

  • System Architects
  • Embedded System Design Engineers
  • FPGA Developers
  • Engineering and Technical Managers

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