Compare Intel FPGA vs. Microchip PolarFire

Intel FPGA is ranked 4th in Enterprise FPGA while Microchip PolarFire is ranked 2nd in Enterprise FPGA. Intel FPGA is rated 0, while Microchip PolarFire is rated 0. On the other hand, Intel FPGA is most compared with , whereas Microchip PolarFire is most compared with Xilinx FPGA.
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Overview

Intel® FPGAs offer a wide variety of configurable embedded SRAM, high-speed transceivers, high-speed I/Os, logic blocks, and routing. Built-in intellectual property (IP) combined with outstanding software tools lower FPGA development time, power, and cost.

Award-winning PolarFire FPGAs deliver the industry’s lowest power at mid-range densities with exceptional security and reliability. The product family spans from 100K logic elements (LEs) to 500K LEs, features 12.7G transceivers and offers up to 50% lower power than competing mid-range FPGAs. The devices are ideal for a wide range of applications within wireline access networks and cellular infrastructure, defense and commercial aviation markets, as well as industrial automation and IoT markets. Get started with your design today by downloading the Libero SoC PolarFire Design Suite and ordering a PolarFire development kit that best matches your needs.

Cost-optimized Architecture
-Architecture and process optimizations for 100K/500K LE devices
-Transceiver performance optimized for 12.7 Gbps, which yields smaller size
-1.6 Gbps I/Os supporting DDR4/DDR3/LPDDR3, LVDS - hardened I/O gearing logic with CDR (supports SGMII/GbE links on GPIOs)
-Best-in-class high-performance, hardened security IP in mid-range devices

Power Optimization
-The lowest static power—1/10 static power vs. competing devices
-Transceiver optimized for 12.7 Gbps, which yields 1/2 the power vs. competing devices
-Integrated hard IP—DDR PHY, PCIe endpoint/root port, crypto processor
-Total power (static and dynamic)—up to 50% lower power

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