Intel is shaping our modern world by making amazing experiences possible. In today’s smart and connected world, billions of devices are creating massive amounts of data that must be collected, processed, and analyzed, and that data must be instantaneously acted upon. Intel FPGAs bring multi-function algorithm acceleration to companies; satisfying their insatiable demand for higher computational capabilities, lower latency, greater system flexibility, and increased power efficiencies.

With its FPGAs, Intel is enabling the smart and connected world. Intel® FPGAs efficiently collect and analyze the data being generated by the billions of ‘things,’ enable service providers, data centers, cloud computing and storage systems to efficiently manage this data, and enable the networks to rapidly deliver massive amounts of data and content to users.

Intel FPGAs

Intel provides a broad range of programmable solutions and development tools that are used to develop highly innovative solutions based on the most advanced technologies.

  • Stratix® family of FPGAs and SoCs enable the highest performance systems used for data processing and algorithmic acceleration

  • Arria® family of FPGAs and SoCs enable high-performance systems with limited power budgets

  • Cyclone® family of FPGAs and SoCs enable higher volume systems that require higher performance at the lowest power

  • MAX® family of FPGAs and CPLDs deliver non-volatile, single-chip integration to high-volume systems

  • Enpirion® power products support Intel FPGAs, SoCs, and CPLDs with high-efficiency, small-footprint and low-noise performance in an integrated product

  • Softare development tools, intellectual property (IP), reference designs, and development kits simplify development of Intel FPGAs, SoCs, and CPLDs and ensure the highest design team productivity


Intel FPGAs, SoCs with embedded processor systems, CPLDs, and complementary power management technologies are preferred by customers in a variety of end-markets, including communications, networking, cloud computing and storage, industrial, automotive, and defense.