Computer & Storage Webcasts and Videos
Watch this webcast to find out about a new technology for FPGAs called OpenCL. You'll learn about the market drivers and embedded technology enablers, the benefits of using FPGAs as hardware accelators, and how OpenCL fits in an FPGA-based design environment.
Jordon Inkeles, Sr. Manager, Software and DSP
Watch this 7-minute video to find out how you can start software development with the Altera® SoC FPGA Virtual Target. You’ll see how you can get better visibility and control for debugging, do statistical and trend-based performance analysis, and use industry-standard tools to develop and debug your design.
Stephen Lim, Product Manager
Watch this video to learn five reasons why you should use a soft-core MIPS processor in your next custom design. You'll get insights about the MP32 processor, the first 100 percent MIPS-compatible soft processor available for Altera® FPGAs and HardCopy® ASICs.
Cal Ruben, Applications Engineer, Embedded Technology
When choosing your FPGA design software, be sure to consider compile time, a key productivity advantage. In this webcast, you'll learn how Altera's Quartus® II design software delivers a 2X to 3X compile time advantage over competitive software.
Richard Yang, Product Marketing Engineer
Learn how easy and fast it is to verify board and design functionality with a SATA connection. Find out about additional functions you can incorporate into your design with a SATA interface. You will also see the Stratix IV GX FPGA Development Kit and the Arria II GX FPGA Development Kit in action.
Bryce Mackin, Solutions Product Marketing Manager
Using the Front-Side Bus, Altera’s FPGAs communicate with Intel processors to accelerate algorithms and applications up to 100x. See how you can take advantage of these new efficiencies to raise the bar on your HPC application’s performance.
Misha Burich, Senior Vice President, Research and Development
Are you ready to speed up your high-performance HPC applications without drastic increases in your power budget? Would like to accelerate your existing C-code applications by taking them directly to hardware? See how you can achieve these goals while gaining maximum performance at a better price/performance ratio than processors alone.
Misha Burich , Senior Vice President, Research and Development