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Which Intel FPGA best replaces Altera FPGA EPF10K100A?

DaveR23
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Which Intel FPGA best replaces Altera FPGA EPF10K100A?

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sstrell
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That is a really old device.

The MAX 10 series would be your best bet for a low-cost device with on-chip flash.

AminT_Intel
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DaveR23
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Ok. Thank you, but how long is the MAX 10 fpga family going to stay in production? I need a part that will be produced for the next 3  or 4 years (min).

AminT_Intel
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Hi!

 

As for now we do not have that information available. However, you can subscribe to our e-mail list to receive update about PCN, PDN or Customer Advisory from this link: https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/programmable/my-intel/mal-emailsub/technical-updates.html

 

Thank you.

AminT_Intel
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Hi,

 

Is all your questions addressed? I will need to close this case in another 3 days if I do not receive any response from you.

 

Thank you.

AminT_Intel
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