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OpenFive is a solution-centric silicon company that is uniquely positioned to design processor agnostic SoC architectures with customizable and differentiated IP for artificial intelligence, edge computing, HPC, and networking solutions.OpenFiveoffers end-to-end expertise in architecture, design implementation, software, silicon validation and manufacturing to deliver high-quality silicon.

Interlaken
Subsystem

High speed chip-to-chip interface protocol with scalable bandwidth, low latency and reliable data transfer over serial links. The latest generation supports up to 1.2Tbps bandwidth with support for NRZ and PAM4 serial links.

Interlaken Controller

Key Features

Interlaken IP is used by many applications including NPU, traffic management and switch fabrics. Open-Silicon, a SiFive company, was a founding member of the Interlaken Alliance and supports silicon-proven Interlaken IP with over 75+ tier 1 customers on various technology and process nodes. The IP includes a validation platform supporting up to 1.2Tbps (64K channels and 48 SerDes lanes) using a wide range of transceiver speeds and Forward Error Correction (FEC) engines.
Extending on the 8th generation of its Interlaken IP core, SiFive now introduces low latency version of the Chip-to-Chip and Die-to-Die connectivity Interlaken IP used across many applications. Cutting edge technologies such as High Performance Computing (HPC) clusters, AI/ML chip clusters, IoT edge devices, networking, and switching fabrics are demanding high throughput data transfer from one chip to another at very low latency. Interlaken-LL includes a validation platform supporting up to 256Gbps.

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Interlaken Controller Block Diagram

High Level Features

Interlaken FEC(ILKN FEC)

Interlaken FEC(ILK FEC) Block Diagram

High Level Features

IP Customization

If you already have a specific SoC IP spec in mind, our team can help you to customize the controller IP as per your requirements.

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