The 20 nm ARM*-based Intel® Arria® 10 SoC delivers optimal performance, power efficiency, small form factor, and low cost for midrange applications. The Intel Arria 10 SoC, based on TSMC’s 20 nm process technology, combines a dual-core ARM Cortex*-A9 MPCore* Hard Processor System (HPS) with industry-leading programmable logic technology that includes hardened floating-point digital signal processing (DSP) blocks. The Intel Arria 10 SoC offers a processor with a rich feature set of embedded peripherals, hardened floating-point variable-precision DSP blocks, embedded high-speed transceivers, hard memory controllers, and protocol intellectual property (IP) controllers - all in a single highly integrated package.
Jump start your firmware and application software development with our Intel® SoC FPGA Embedded Development Suite (SoC EDS), a comprehensive tool suite with:
At the heart of the SoC EDS is the exclusive ARM* Development Studio 5* (DS-5*) Intel SoC FPGA Edition. This toolkit combines the ARM DS-5* advanced multicore debugging capabilities with FPGA-adaptivity for unprecedented full-chip debugging visibility and control.
Intel® Quartus® Prime Software Suite provides everything you need to design with Intel SoC FPGAs. It is a complete development package that comes with a user-friendly GUI and technology to help you turn your ideas into reality. The Intel Quartus Prime software includes productivity tools to make it easy to build your design, such as:
Intel® FPGA SDK for OpenCL™ combines Open Computing Language (OpenCL), an open standard parallel programming language, with the parallel performance capabilities of an FPGA to provide a powerful solution for system acceleration.
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