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Intel News

Intel at the Embedded Linux or IoT Summit

Linux* developers got an “inside look” at various Intel® technologies, including Wireless Workload Acceleration and Partial Reconfiguration based on the Intel® Arria® 10 SoC, and Multi-Camera Neural Network Acceleration based on the Intel® Xeon® processor and Intel Arria 10 GX device. Check out RocketBoards.org for information on Intel’s SoC open-source solutions.

Partner News

Develop Your Next IoT Project on a Low-Cost Terasic* DE10-Nano Kit

The Terasic* DE10-Nano development kit featuring a Cyclone® V SoC is designed for makers, educators, and Internet of Things (IoT) developers. Learn more about the board, reference designs, and tutorials on the Intel Developer Zone.

Scalable OpenGL GPU Enables 3D Android and Qt Graphics for SoC FPGAs

TES provides a scalable, high-performance, soft GPU for Intel SoC FPGAs.  The D/AVE NX solution supports not only the legacy OpenGL ES 2.0 but also OpenGL ES 3.1 and VULKAN that are required to take full advantage of current Android and Qt applications. Find more information and demos.

Product Updates

Intel SoC FPGA Embedded Development Suite Now Available in Two Editions

The Intel SoC FPGA Embedded Development Suite (SoC EDS) is now available in Standard and Pro Editions. Both Standard and Pro Editions are available with a free and a paid license for the ARM* Development Studio 5 (DS-5*) Intel SoC FPGA Edition toolkit.

SoC EDS Standard - SoC EDS Standard Edition includes extensive support for 28 nm SoC FPGA device families (Cyclone V SoC and Arria V SoC).

SoC EDS Pro - SoC EDS Pro Edition is optimized to support the advanced features in next-generation SoC FPGA device families (Intel Stratix® 10 SoC and Intel Arria 10 SoC).

Training and Tutorials

Trainings and tutorials coming soon.

Upcoming Events

ESC Silicon Valley showcases emerging trends and innovations that will set the tone for the embedded systems industry in 2017 and beyond. Read more.