Trion® Titanium FPGA Overview
You only have a few square millimeters to spare, and you need to pack in as much computing power as you can. Efinix's next-generation Trion® Titanium FPGAs can help. Titanium FPGAs are fabricated on a 16 nm process, delivering high performance with the lowest possible power and a small physical size. They feature the Quantum™ compute fabric that, with its enhanced compute capability, makes Titanium FPGAs ideal for embedded hardware acceleration applications. With a range of logic element (LE) densities from 25K to 500K, and compatibility with the Efinix RISC-V SoC cores, they can help you turn a tiny chip into an accelerated embedded compute system.
The Quantum compute fabric is made up of configurable tiles, the eXchangeable logic and routing (XLR) cell, that optimizes routing efficiency and speed while achieving high utilization ratios. The fabric also has highly configurable, embedded memory blocks along with dedicated, high-speed, DSP blocks. Together, these features deliver optimum performance for a wide array of applications from edge compute to industrial automation and video processing.
The 16 nm process node gives Trion Titanium FPGAs a small footprint with low power consumption, making them ideal for highly integrated system-in-package (SIP) applications.
Trion Titanium FPGA Block Diagram
Ready for Computing
Trion Titanium FPGAs are available in densities from 25K to 500K logic elements and cover a broad range of applications:
Ti25, Ti40, and Ti60
Designed for highly integrated mobile and edge devices that need low power, a small footprint, and a multitude of I/Os.
- AI IoT
- Sensor fusion
Ti90, Ti135, and Ti200
Include 2.5 Gb embedded MIPI interfaces for multi-camera, high definition vision systems, edge computing and hardware acceleration.
- Vision systems
- Edge computing
- Hardware acceleration
- Machine learning
Ti275, Ti375, and Ti500
Combine the logic element density, 10 Gb Ethernet and PCIe Gen4 interfaces required for compute and industrial automation.
- Industrial automation
- Adaptive acceleration
- Fog computing
Resource and Packaging Overview
Resources and Interfaces
|Logic Elements (LEs)||24,000||40,000||58,000||90,000||135,000||198,000||275,000||375,000||508,000|
|10K RAM blocks (Mb)||1||2||2.6||5.8||8.6||12.8||17.5||23.9||31.9|
|DDR4, LPDDR4||—||—||—||x32||x32||x32||2 x72||2 x72||2 x72|
|MIPI CSI 2.5 Gbps||—||—||—||2 RX
|PCI Express Gen1/2||—||—||—||1 x4||1 x4||1 x4||—||—||—|
|PCI Express Gen1/2/3/4||—||—||—||—||—||—||2 x4||2 x4||2 x4|
|2.5, 5, 10 Gb Ethernet||—||—||—||—||—||—||2 x1||2 x1||2 x1|
|64-ball WLCSP (0.4 mm, 3.2x3.2 mm)
|169-ball FBGA (0.65 mm, 9x9 mm)
|225-ball FBGA (0.8 mm, 12x12 mm)|
|324-ball FBGA (0.65 mm, 12x12 mm)|
|484-ball FBGA (0.8 mm, 18x18 mm))|
|576-ball FBGA (0.65 mm, 16x16 mm)|
|784-ball FBGA (0.8 mm, 23x23 mm)|
Efinity Software Support
The Efinity® software provides a complete tool flow from RTL design to bitstream generation, including synthesis, place-and-route, and timing analysis. The software has a graphical user interface (GUI) that provides a visual way to set up projects, run the tool flow, and view results. The software also has a command-line flow and Tcl command console. The software-generated bitstream file configures Trion devices. The software supports the Verilog HDL and VHDL languages. Read more
Trion Titanium FPGAs are fully supported by the Efinity software, which has been optimized to take full advantage of the new features of the Quantum compute fabric. The result is highly efficient synthesis and placement that delivers compact and energy efficient designs.