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MAX V Replacement

C_DeWitt
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A previous group no longer here designed a MAX V  (5M1270ZT144C5N) part into one of our products and we are now having trouble sourcing it (1.5 - 2 year lead time).  I'm wondering if there might be a more available part we could use.  I'm also wondering if this part is being well utilized.  Of the 144 pins only 57 are used, 27 for I/O the rest support.  I don't have a good way to judge the gate usage, we have no tools and it's been years since I studied Verilog.

 

Thank you

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ak6dn
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Unfortunately the semiconductor shortage is world wide. Demand is high to back fill existing volume purchase contracts.

This leaves distributors and those customers that do not have pre-negotiated purchase contracts in a bad spot.

You will find virtually all parts (not even FPGAs, but all semiconductors) have long lead times now.

There is no magic part that is readily available.

Some CEOs are saying things will get better by the end of 2023 and into 2024.

Probably not what you wanted to hear.

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ak6dn
Valued Contributor III
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Unfortunately the semiconductor shortage is world wide. Demand is high to back fill existing volume purchase contracts.

This leaves distributors and those customers that do not have pre-negotiated purchase contracts in a bad spot.

You will find virtually all parts (not even FPGAs, but all semiconductors) have long lead times now.

There is no magic part that is readily available.

Some CEOs are saying things will get better by the end of 2023 and into 2024.

Probably not what you wanted to hear.

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AqidAyman_Intel
Employee
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Hello,


You can consider to choose 5M240Z and 5M570Z for the same package (144-pin TQFP) if you have it. Those two device get support on the design migration capability from 5M1270Z.


Regards,

Aqid Ayman


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AqidAyman_Intel
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I’m glad that your question has been addressed, I now transition this thread to community support. If you have a new question, feel free to open a new thread to get support from Intel experts. Otherwise, the community users will continue to help you on this thread.


Thank you.



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