We have noticed that the lead times for these relatively new Pb-free FPGA's, EP2AGX125EF35I3G and EP2AGX190FF35I3G, are basically 1 year+, and that the prices have skyrocketed since the Altera acquisition. Does Intel want to sell these FPGA's into the future or is the plan to discourage customers from buying theirs and discontinue the products or are there a raw material availability constraints? What are the foreseen years to EOL for each of these FPGA's?
Your assistance with these questions will be much appreciated as it not only influences our current designs, but also future designs.
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