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EP3C80F484C6N Lifecycle

UMall1
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Intel has advised against using the EP3C80F484C6N for new designs.  What is the status of this chipset? When will it be withdrawn from production.

 

There is some movement inside Intel to stop manufacturing certain FPGAs specially the ones made with 60nm processes - Cyclone 10 GX devices included.

 

For example: Mouser electronics warns that Cyclone 10 devices might be on the chopping block - 10CX220YF780E5G for example is not available and Mouser advises checking with Intel before including this device in a new design.

 

New designs require 1-2 years to develop. It will be very helpful to know what device will be available in 2-years, before starting a new design.

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NazrulNaim_Intel
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Hi,


Thank you for reaching out. Allow me some time to look into your issue. I shall come back to you with findings.


Thank you for your patience.


Best Regards,

Nazrul Naim


UMall1
New Contributor I
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Thank you. I will wait for your response. In addition to the 2 years - I'd also like 8-10years for production.

NazrulNaim_Intel
Employee
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Hello,

 

You can check in Product Discontinuance Notice (PDN) if this device is EOL or not. Intel will send PDN to customers mention about last order and EOL schedule properly so that customers will have enough time to adapt with the changes.

 

PDN link : https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/programmable/support-resources/quality/fpga-pcn-pdn-...

 

Please check with your local distributors on getting the devices you want :

https://marketplace.intel.com/s/pmp-partner-program/a723b0000008PICAA2/distributor

 

regards,

Nazrul Naim

NazrulNaim_Intel
Employee
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Hi,


As we do not receive any response from you on the previous question/reply/answer that we have provided, please login to ‘https://supporttickets.intel.com’, view details of the desire request, and post a feed/response within the next 15 days to allow me to continue to support you. After 15 days, this thread will be transitioned to community support. The community users will be able to help you on your follow-up questions.


Regards,

Nazrul Naim


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