Designing with Intel® FPGA Intellectual Property
The capabilities of Intel® FPGAs have matured to a point where you can use the devices for more than simple glue logic. Intel® FPGAs are becoming the heart of applications while intellectual property (IP) plays a key role in enabling this evolution.
Intel has been developing and licensing IP for two decades. From simple arithmetic functions to high-performance interface protocols, processor subsystems, and application-specific solutions, Intel® FPGA IP enables you to create applications on Intel® FPGAs for a wide range of markets. The combination of Intel® FPGA IP and application-specific IP from a community of trusted Intel® Partner Alliance (IPA) members simplifies your development effort while maximizing design productivity.
Accelerated Design Productivity
Intel has simplified the IP selection process by enabling the use of Intel IP throughout the Intel® Quartus® Prime design software flow from the time it is installed. IPA members are also enabled to support the same Evaluation mode for their IP. The first step is to download the Intel Quartus Prime design software, which includes all of the Intel® FPGA IPs from our online Download Center.
Partnered with Experts
Intel has been partnering with leading third-party IP developers for over 15 years. These trusted IPA members bring complementary products and expertise while extending the range of applications you can implement with Intel® FPGAs. Through the Intel Partner Alliance (IPA) program, members gain access to software, training, hardware platforms, IP packaging tools, and direct support from Intel. IPA member IP is optimized for Intel devices and pre-verified for use. Visit the Intel® Solutions Marketplace for a complete list of the IPA members.
Intel and its IPA members also offer a wide variety of development kits that are the ideal platforms to develop and test designs containing IP cores. Intel® FPGA IP and development kit portfolios make a powerful combination that translates into the fastest possible time to market. The development kit page and Intel® Solutions Marketplace contain a complete listing of Intel and IPA member development kits.
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