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Intel launches Stratix 10: Altera FPGA combined with ARM CPU, 14nm manufacturing

Intel announced a major new Altera product today. The Stratix 10 FPGA family can offer up to 2x the performance of its predecessor, with dramatically reduced power consumption.
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