At the Intel SoC FPGA Developer Forum (ISDF), you’ll gain technical insights into your next designs based on SoC FPGAs. At the heart of the event are technical sessions presented by industry experts you won’t find anywhere else.
ISDF San Francsico Keynote from Intel CEO Brian Krzanich
Hear about the evolution and transformation of the smart and connected world and the importance of SoC FPGAs in that world.
Hardware: Hardware and software developers are facing an ever-changing, connected world. Intel is uniquely positioned to support developers with a portfolio of heterogeneous solutions that span across the data center, network infrastructure and Internet of Things (IoT). This track will discuss a comprehensive vision of Intel connecting the world from the sensor to the data center and back from a performance, power, cost, security and energy efficiency standpoint.
Hardware Hands-on Session: Discuss and use the tools and metholodogy necessary to design an SoC FPGA-based system. The session includes understanding and configuring the features of the Hard Processor System (HPS), creating and generating an SoC system using the Qsys system integration tool and SoC FPGA debugging tools and methodology. The session is repeated twice during the day, but, due to the hands-on nature of the course, space is limited. (Each sessoin covers the same material, so you only need to attend one.)
Software: Find out how easy it is to leverage the power of FPGA custom hardware to accelerate software code execution. Learn how to Increase productivity and reduce development time, along with advanced code optimization and debug techniques.
Software Hands-On Session: Attendees will boot and use Linux on an SoC FPGA board, try out some debugging and analysis tools, interact with the FPGA, download and run bare-metal examples. The session is repeated twice during the day, but, due to the hands on nature of the course, space is limited. (Each session covers the same material, so you only need to attend one.)