How the Custom Logic Continuum is Contributing to 5G Infrastructure – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 701

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Ronnie Vasishta, Vice President and General Manager for the Networking and Configurable Logic Division at Intel, joins Chip Chat to discuss the critical role of programmable solutions in the delivery of network infrastructure for 5G.

Vasishta joined Intel with the acquisition of eASIC in 2018 and is responsible both for running eASIC within Intel and for the wireline and wireless networking business for Intel’s programmable solutions. In this interview, Vasishta and host Allyson Klein dive deep on technologies that are part of what Vasishta calls the “custom logic continuum.” Vasishta talks about “structured ASICs,” an intermediary between FPGAs and true ASICs with lower unit-cost and power consumption than FPGAs but faster time-to-market and lower engineering cost than true ASICs. Additionally, Vasishta highlights next-generation Intel eASIC code-named Diamond Mesa. Drawing upon generations of customer learning from both Intel and eASIC, Diamond Mesa is already seeing early adoption in 5G RAN applications by some of the same customers who helped contribute to the product’s definition. Finally, Vasishta looks ahead to the future of programmable solutions and how Intel will continue to deliver to continuously evolving and changing market requirements.

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