A common problem for today’s system designers is to reliably interface to their next generation high-speed memory devices. As system bandwidths continue to increase, memory technologies have been optimized for higher speeds and performance. As a result, these next generation memory interfaces are also increasingly challenging to design to. Implementing high-speed, high-efficiency memory interfaces in programmable logic devices such as FPGAs has always been a major challenge for designers.
Lattice Semiconductor offers customers a high performance FPGA platform in the LatticeSC to design high-speed memory interface solutions. The LatticeSC family implements various features on-chip that facilitate designing high-speed memory controllers to interface to the next generation high-speed, high performance DDR SDRAM, QDR SRAM, and emerging RLDRAM memory devices. The PURESPEED I/O structures on the LatticeSC, combined with the clock management resources and a high-speed FPGA fabric help customers reduce design risk and time-to-market for high-speed memory based designs. Additionally, the LatticeSCM family implements full-featured embedded high-speed memory controllers on-chip to interface smoothly to the next generation high-speed, high performance DDR I/II SDRAM, QDR II SRAM, and RLDRAM I/II memory devices. The embedded memory controllers, coupled with the I/O structures and clock management resources, are fully verified controllers for customers to use as off-the-shelf solutions.
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