Why embedded FPGA?
Menta eFPGA IP differentiators
Menta is committed to maximizing process portability, so our eFPGAs have been silicon-proven on more technology nodes than any other eFPGA vendor. Menta supports any CMOS foundry and node from 350nm to 5nm or less. To date, Menta eFPGAs have been successfully manufactured on technologies as diverse as: STM130, STM65, TSMC 28HPC+, TSMC 12FFC and GLOBALFOUNDRIES 12LP. Menta eFPGAs are qualified on GLOBALFOUNDRIES® 32 SOI and 14LPP. Menta is also a 22 FDXceleratorTM Partner. Menta IPs are currently being delivered on XFAB 180nm, STM28 FDSOI and others.
Menta eFPGA IP Cores are organized in families based on the number of Logic Cells (LC) available:
Embedded Logic Blocks (eLBs) are made up of Menta Look-Up-Tables (MLUTs), which are core configurable blocks with the ability to perform any logic function. The number of columns and rows are configurable. A fundamental building block of FPGA technology, logic blocks (LB) consist of a few LCs. LCs are the digital logic components in a design and generally combine a few binary inputs with one or two outputs, according to a Boolean logic equation that’s associated with the user’s device program.
for 100 to 2K LC
for 2K to 6K LC
for 6K to 60K LC
for 60K to 200K LC
This table provides examples of eFPGA that can be provided. Every element of the eFPGA can be defined in numbers: logic cells, adaptive DSP, SRAM (type and amount) and IOs.