Intel provides the support collateral listed below for the Nios II Software Build Tools for Eclipse. Users can quickly and easily create software applications for their Nios II embedded processor systems using Intel's thorough documentation, knowledge database, tutorials on using the Nios II Software Build Tools for Eclipse, and software examples.
Intel® FPGA recommends using Platform Designer (formerly Qsys), the next-generation system integration tool, for new designs. Platform Designer provides many advantages over SOPC Builder, including higher performance with the new Platform Designer interconnect and faster development with support for hierarchical designs.
Intel offers exclusive hard floating-point solutions. The revolutionized hardened DSP blocks are industry’s first with native support for IEEE 754 single-precision floating point in dedicated hardened circuitry.
Evolutions in technology are improving beyond traditional programmable digital signal processing (DSP) device capabilities. The degree of flexibility offered by programmable logic and the associated throughput benefits make FPGAs and PLDs increasingly attractive alternatives for performance-hungry applications.
The Intel® FPGA Interface IP Resources includes Device Overviews, Datasheets, Development User Guides, Application Notes, Release Notes, Errata and Packaging Information. To narrow the results, use the "Filter by" or use "Search this collection".
Serial Digital Interface II Support Center is organized into categories that align with system design flow from start to finish. You will find information on how to plan, select, design, implement, and verify your Serial Digital Interface II IP cores. There are also guidelines on how to bring up your system and debug the Serial Digital Interface II IP design.
Support for the 10 Gbps Ethernet (10GbE) media access control (MAC) Megacore function to help you quickly and easily develop and debug 10GbE applications such as line cards, network interface cards (NICs), and switches operating at 10 gigabits per second (Gbps).