Altera's FPGAs meet military temperature operation requirements

SAN JOSE, Calif., 22 March 2006. Altera Corporation has announced the qualification of its Stratix FPGA family for military temperature operation requirements, from -55°C to +125°C. With this increase in operational temperature support, Stratix FPGAs can better serve the military and aerospace market.

Mar 22nd, 2006

SAN JOSE, Calif., 22 March 2006. Altera Corporation has announced the qualification of its Stratix FPGA family for military temperature operation requirements, from -55°C to +125°C. With this increase in operational temperature support, Stratix FPGAs can better serve the military and aerospace market.

Military and aerospace supplier requirements extend beyond device feature capabilities to include extended life-cycle management, increased demonstration of quality and reliability measures, longer-lead product change notice cycles, and the need for increased supply chain responsiveness and responsibilities. Altera's enhanced commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) strategy focuses on providing complete semiconductor solutions for advanced military applications.

Initial military temperature support is being offered for the EP1S30F780, EP1S40F1020 and the EP1S60F1020 members of the Stratix family.

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