Resource Center

Browse the available resources to help you with your FPGA design.

The Intel® SoC FPGAs Resource Center provides everything you need to get started with Intel® SoC FPGAs, including links to: reference designs, application reports, how-to videos, white papers, design service network partners, webinars, articles, training, and more.


Solutions and Applications

Browse through SoC FPGA reference designs, IP, software, demos, and other application-specific solutions offered by us and our partners.

Development Tools

Intel® SoC FPGAs are 100% ARM* compatible and supported by a rich ecosystem of operating system (OS) support, software, and hardware development tools. Click the links below to research more on these aspects.

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Design Examples / Intellectual Property
Videos / Webinars
System On Modules (SoMs)
Development Kits
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Architecture Briefs
White Papers / Application Notes / Reference Designs
Software Development Tools
FPGA Design Tools

Design Optimization

Find advanced and technical information to accelerate SoC FPGA design and performance.

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Example Designs & IP
Videos / Webinars
White Papers & Application Notes
DSP-Related Resources
Architecture Briefs
Cost Optimization
Power Management
Intel® SoC FPGA Reliability Information
Error Correction Code (ECC) Resources

Additional Resources

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Architecture Matters

Building a product with a strong architecture is key to ensuring that your system design meets its performance requirements now and into the future.

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Development Tools

Browse through the development tools available for building software and creating FPGA designs for Intel® SoC FPGAs.

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Intel® SoC FPGAs

Intel® SoC FPGAs integrate an ARM*-based hard processor system (HPS) consisting of processor, peripherals, and memory interfaces with the FPGA fabric using a high-bandwidth interconnect backbone.

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Our ecosystem partners and the Intel® SoC FPGA user community provide a wide range of options to meet your SoC FPGA development needs.

Product and Performance Information

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