Because a fast and robust memory interface is crucial for many designers, Altera provides the fastest, most efficient, and lowest latency memory controllers, which allow designers to work with today’s higher speed memories quickly and easily. Designing with Arria V FPGAs not only helps to make designs successful but also ensures that implementation is fast and easy.
When you want it all, Arria® V devices provide the balance of cost and performance while delivering the lowest total power. Watch this exciting hardware demonstration of the Arria V FPGA's transceiver running at 6.375 Gbps and 10.3125 Gbps.
Timing closure is of critical importance in high-speed FPGA designs. This white paper focuses on the challenges that affect timing closure and discusses how simple HDL changes can help resolve timing issues and reduce the time needed to achieve timing closure.
Want the best performance from your 28-nm FPGA design? Find out how you can make optimal use of Altera's 28-nm architecture to maximize your system performance. Watch this 10-minute webcast to learn about: Our 28-nm architecture innovations, Recommended design optimization techniques and Quartus® II software automated optimization tool.
Are you using FPGAs to accelerate your system? Altera is exploring a new technology for FPGAs that will provide exciting and significant productivity gains for your high-performance systems. Watch this webcast to find out about Altera’s Open Computing Language (OpenCL™) program for FPGAs.
As various standard bodies finalize their 100G standards for transport, Ethernet, and optical interfaces, FPGAs play a vital role for early adopters of technology who want to design 100G production systems. Because of this, service providers are looking at emerging 40-GbE/100-GbE standards for their next-generation line card options. Altera’s Stratix V FPGAs solve the bandwidth problem by providing integrated 12.5-Gbps transceivers with hardened 100G PCS functions on the 28-nm technology node.
This white paper describes the latest state-of-the-art methods for debugging and monitoring large FPGA designs both during the simulation phase of development and after device configuration, and details the current practices that Altera has identified across a representative number of customer designs.
Want to know how to easily create GUI dashboards to interact with your design? Watch this new demo to learn how to: Add run-time visibility into your FPGA systems, access available run-time information using Tcl, a flexible command language, create your own custom verification tool using graphical elements such as buttons, dials, and graphs and develop solutions ranging from simple scripts to sophisticated GUI applications
FPGA applications are demanding higher memory bandwidth and greater performance. To meet these requirements, we offer external memory solutions that are faster, better, and easier to use.
Advanced analytics is replacing simple motion detection in surveillance cameras. See how you can get 1080p high-definition (HD) analytics in your IP camera with a single-chip video analytics solution.