Xilinx Shatters Record with World's Highest Capacity FPGA: Virtex-7 2000T

The Virtex®-7 2000T FPGA is the first device to use 2.5-D IC stacked silicon interconnect technology to deliver "More than Moore" capacity: 2 million logic cells, 6.8 billion transistors - 2x the capacity of the largest competing device.

World’s Highest Capacity FPGA - Now Shipping

The Virtex®-7 2000T FPGA delivers greater than 2X the capacity and bandwidth offered by the largest monolithic devices while delivering the time-to-volume advantages of smaller die. Utilizing innovative 2.5D Stacked Silicon Interconnect (SSI) technology, the Virtex-7 2000T FPGA integrates 2 million logic cells, 6.8 billion transistors and 12.5Gb/s serial transceivers on a single device making it the world’s highest capacity FPGA offering unprecedented system integration in addition to ASIC prototyping and ASIC replacement capabilities.

Industry's Highest System Performance

Virtex-7 FPGAs are optimized for advanced systems requiring the highest performance and highest bandwidth connectivity. The Virtex-7 family is one of three product families built on a common 28nm architecture designed for maximum power efficiency and delivers 2X higher system performance at 50% lower power than previous generation FPGAs.

The Virtex-7 family consists of T, XT and HT devices to meet a wide array of market requirements:

Virtex-7 T devices deliver unprecedented levels of capacity and performance enabling ASIC prototyping, emulation and replacement

  • Up to 2M logic cells, 6.8 billion transistors and 12.5Gb/s serial transceivers on a single device
  • Enables non-linear integration to reduce board space, lower power and increase system performance
  • Delivers highest bandwidth, lowest latency by eliminating multiple chip bottlenecks
  • Enables rapid development and emulation of advance node ASICs

Virtex-7 XT devices offer the highest processing bandwidth with high performance transceivers, DSP and BRAM

  • Integrates up to 96 10G Base KR  backplane capable  serial transceivers
  • 5.3 TMACs of DSP 
  • 67 Mbits of internal memory
  • >1M logic cells

Virtex-7 HT devices with integrated 28Gbps serial transceivers offer an unprecedented 2.8Tb/s of serial bandwidth

  • Up to 16 x 28 Gb/s serial transceivers for ultra-high bandwidth applications
  • Optimized for next-generation 100G, nx100G and 400G line cards with CFP2 optical interfaces
  • Superior jitter performance to exceed CEI 28G specifications

EasyPath™-7 devices offer a conversion-free path to volume production.

Unified Architecture Enables Scalability and Increases Productivity

Fabricated on a high-performance, low-power (HPL) 28nm process, all 7 series FPGAs share a unified architecture. This innovation enables design migration across the Artix™-7, Kintex™-7, and Virtex-7 families. System manufacturers can easily scale successful designs to address adjacent markets requiring reduced cost and power or increased performance and capability. The adoption of AMBA 4, AXI4 specification as part of the interconnect strategy supporting Plug-and-Play FPGA design further improves productivity with IP reuse, portability, and predictability.

Virtex-7 FPGA Key Capabilities

Maximum Capability

Virtex-7 T Devices

Virtex-7 XT Devices

Virtex-7 HT Devices

Logic density (Logic Cells)

1,955K

1,139K

864K

Peak transceiver speed

12.5Gb/s
(GTX)

13.1Gb/s
(GTH)

28.05Gb/s
(GTZ)

Transceivers

36

96

88

Peak bi-directional serial bandwidth

0.900 Tb/s

2.515Tb/s

2.784Tb/s

DSP throughput (symmetric filter)

2,756 GMACS

5,314 GMACS

5,053 GMACS

Block RAM

46.5Mb

85.0Mb

64.4Mb

PCI Express® interface

Gen2x8

Gen3x8

Gen3x8

I/O pins

1,200

1,100

700

System Solutions Enabled by Virtex-7 FPGAs

Delivering the highest bandwidth with the lowest power, Virtex-7 FPGAs address the insatiable demand for networking infrastructure bandwidth. Delivering up to 2.8Tb/s serial bandwidth, these devices enable communications equipment manufacturers to increase network capacity with next-generation hardware that operates within existing power and cooling footprints.

See How Virtex-7 FPGAs Will Benefit Your Next Design

Application

Description

ASIC Prototyping

Build a highly integrated ASIC prototyping solution with the Virtex-7 2000T. With its high logic and processing capacity, mitigate development risks for large ASIC and ASSP designs.

2x100G OTU4 Transponder/Line Card

Build a 2x100G OTU4 Transponder/Line Card using the only 28nm FPGAs that enable designers to integrate two 100G interfaces into a single FPGA for reduced board space, power, and cost.

10GPON/10GEPON OLT Line Card

Meet aggressive 10G port count integration and cost targets for Passive Optical Network (PON) Optical Line Terminal (OLT) Line Cards that bring high-speed networking to the neighborhood/home.

100GE Line Card

Virtex-7 FPGAs offer the right mix of I/O, memory and logic to enable a single-FPGA implementation of new line cards that deliver increased bandwidth.

100G OTN Muxponder

Virtex-7 FPGA XT devices enable a flexible, single-FPGA, 100G OTN Multiplexing Transponder implementation.

300G Interlaken Bridge

Create a 300G Interlaken Bridge that enables infrastructure scaling with devices that deliver up to 1.9Tbps bandwidth for bridging between MAC-NPU, NPU-Switch, NPU-TCAM using the Interlaken industry standard.

400G Line Card

Be first to market with 400GE Line Cards by designing with the only FPGAs to support 400G serial interfaces with next-generation optics.

Portable RADAR Systems

Enable high performance RADAR systems through low power, multi-channel signal recovery and processing.

Terabit Switch Fabric

Virtex-7 FPGA XT device capabilities enable Terabit Switch Fabric to support proliferating 40G/100G ports in networking infrastructure.

Key Documents

Name

Modified

Size

7 Series FPGAs Overview

09/13/2011

563 KB

7 Series Product Brief

   

WP385 - Industry’s Highest Bandwidth FPGA Enables World’s First Single-FPGA Solution for 400G Communications Line Cards

11/22/2010

623 KB

WP312 - Xilinx Next Generation 28 nm FPGA Technology Overview

03/26/2011

614 KB

WP389 - Lowering Power at 28 nm with Xilinx 7 Series FPGAs

06/13/2011

1.13 MB

WP380 - Xilinx Stacked Silicon Interconnect Technology Delivers Breakthrough FPGA Capacity, Bandwidth, and Power Efficiency

10/21/2011

2.31 MB

WP373 - Xilinx Redefines Power, Performance, and Design Productivity with Three Innovative 28 nm FPGA Families: Virtex-7, Kintex-7, and Artix-7 Devices

10/11/2011

301 KB

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