Licensed Intel® FPGA IP Definition

Intel® FPGA IP cores are reusable blocks of intellectual property (IP) that you can customize for your design. Use these parameterized blocks of IP to reduce both testing and design time.

These pre-tested functions are optimized for Intel FPGA devices. VHDL and Verilog HDL IP functional simulation models are included for design and debugging with Intel-supported EDA simulation tools.

Some Intel® FPGA IP cores require a separate license for production use. You can evaluate such Intel® FPGA IP functions in hardware for free by using the Intel® FPGA IP Evaluation Mode. Intel® FPGA IP functions that supportIntel® FPGA IP Evaluation Mode are automatically installed when you install the Intel® Quartus® Prime software. When you are ready to take the design into production, you can request a license for the IP.

Note: More information is available on Intel® FPGA IP on the Altera website.