Design Flows for Everyone
For Hardware Engineers:
Our Intel® Quartus® Prime design software is the programmable logic industry’s number-one software in performance and productivity for FPGA and CPLD design. Using the tool, you can accelerate your designs to achieve faster compile times, automatically generate interconnect logic with Platform Designer, and optimize power consumption with the Power Analyzer. Our free, no-license-required Intel® Quartus® Prime Lite Edition Software supports designs for automotive-grade FPGAs and CPLDs.
Intel and its IP partners offer a broad portfolio of off-the-shelf, configurable IP cores optimized for our devices.
For Algorithm Engineers:
We offer a model-based design flow that simplifies your design effort, eliminating the need to develop your algorithm in VHDL or Verilog HDL. Our DSP Builder for Intel FPGAs development tool shortens your algorithm design cycle, enabling you to design your DSP algorithm in MathWorks* MATLAB*/Simulink* environment. It generates register transfer level (RTL) code to integrate into our design environment easily. You can model and simulate your system, implement complex algorithms in hardware, partition the hardware/software elements, and fine-tune the performance to the exact needs of your application.
For Software Engineers:
Once you have selected a suitable processor for your embedded system, you can jump start your software development with our Intel SoC FPGA Embedded Development Suite (SoC EDS).
The SoC EDS is a comprehensive tool suite for embedded software development on Intel SoCs. It contains development tools, utility programs, run-time software and application examples to expedite firmware and application software of SoC embedded systems.
The Nios® II Embedded Design Suite (EDS) is a comprehensive development package for Nios II software design. The Nios II EDS contains not just development tools, but also software, device drivers, bare metal Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL) library, a commercial-grade network stack software and an evaluation version of a real-time operating system.