According to supply chain, Intel recently sent a price increase notice to its customers, saying that it will increase the price of some FPGA products.

Intel said in the notice that it has decided to increase prices for certain PSG product families due to rising supply chain costs and continued high demand levels across the industry. These new prices and strategies will allow Intel to continue investing in its supply chain to deliver the products customers demand. Managing and investing in Intel's supply chain is the best way for it to deliver what customers want and create value in the short and long term.

The scope of price increases for Intel PSG products in as follows:

- 10% increase on all Arria V, Arria 10, Cyclone IV, Cyclone V, Cyclone 10, MAX V, MAX 10, and eASIC

- 20% increase on all Arria II, Cyclone II, Cyclone III, MAX II, Stratix III, Stratix IV, Stratix V, and EPCQ-A

Intel said that the price increase will become effective on October 9, 2022,  and will impact all orders, all quotes, and all shipments on and after October 9, 2022.