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Intel Makes 14nm ARM for Altera | EE Times via @eetimes

SAN JOSE, Calif. – Altera's deal in June to use Intel's 14 nm FinFET process took an interesting twist when the FPGA designer announced today it will pack ARM's 64-bit cores into its chips. That means Intel will fabricate starting in 2014 high-end Altera Stratix 10 parts that use four ARM Cortex-A53 cores. Altera says the Stratix 10 devices -- which will also have embedded DSPs and other logic -- will be its highest performance parts to date. They target a broad range of apps from search engine accelerators to communications data plane processors and radar guidance and security processing. The deal may give Intel pause about its outsourcing strategy. To date the chip giant has experimented with offering its leading-edge fab processes as foundry services to a handful of chip designers, Altera being one of its largest planned customers to date. Intel is also experimenting wi...

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