Erm, 10nm has been renamed Intel 7 as it’s roughly equivalent to TSMCs 7nm process
Intel 4 is ready now and Intel 3 is due mid year. The next gen FPGA parts are likely going to be on one of those two.
You might not be able to get your hands on a Falcon Shores XPU for another two years, but Intel has some shiny new 400Gbps FPGAs for you to play with while you wait. Less than a week after canning its Rialto Bridge GPUs and delaying its Falcon Shores XPU – basically ensuring that AMD will beat them to market with a converged …
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A GPU might be handy for getting that ultra-realistic gaming imagery (and other related parallel computing tasks) but when it comes to heavy lifting FPGAs are by far the more important class of device. Not to mention that given a sufficiently dense and fast FPGA you can make just about any other device (its what you'd prototype novel architectures with as well).