Is Altera Intel now?

Intel and Altera announced on June 1, 2015, that they had entered into a definitive agreement under which Intel would acquire Altera for $54 per share in an all-cash transaction valued at approximately $16.7 billion.

What is Altera MAX10?

The MAX10 FPGA is a great chip to learn FPGA programming with. The MAX10 includes the configuration flash, 12 bit ADC, 20KByte of SRAM and low voltage regulators on chip.

What is Altera software?

The Altera Quartus II design software provides a complete, multiplatform design environment that easily adapts to your specific design needs. It is a comprehensive environment for system-on-a-programmable-chip (SOPC) design. The Quartus II software includes solutions for all phases of FPGA and CPLD design.

Who owns Terasic?

Agilent Technologies
Agilent Technologies Agilent is committed to providing innovative measurement solutions that enable our customers and partners to meet the critical requirements for electronic measurement. Together, Terasic and Agilent delivers top teaching material and support to Intel University Program.

Who was Altera?

Altera was an avatar of destruction. An engine of war that scythed down the many lives who had stood in her path. That was how she had been made to be… or so what the elders of the Huns had said to her. That she, Altera, existed for battle.

What makes the Intel Altera max10 a unique FPGA solution?

Intel® MAX® 10 FPGAs are built on TSMC’s 55 nm embedded NOR flash technology, enabling instant-on functionality. Integrated features include analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) and dual configuration flash allowing you to store and dynamically switch between two images on a single chip.

What is a max 10 device?

Intel® MAX® 10 devices are single-chip, non-volatile low-cost programmable logic devices (PLDs) to integrate the optimal set of system components. The highlights of the Intel® MAX® 10 devices include: Internally stored dual configuration flash. User flash memory. Instant on support.

Does Intel make FPGA?

Intel® FPGAs offer a wide variety of configurable embedded SRAM, high-speed transceivers, high-speed I/Os, logic blocks, and routing. Built-in intellectual property (IP) combined with outstanding software tools lower FPGA development time, power, and cost.

Who made Quartus?

Intel Quartus Prime is programmable logic device design software produced by Intel; prior to Intel’s acquisition of Altera the tool was called Altera Quartus Prime, earlier Altera Quartus II.

What is Altera Cyclone?

Altera Cyclone® II 90nm FPGAs are built from the ground up for the low cost and provide a customer-defined feature set for high volume, cost-sensitive applications. By minimizing silicon area, Cyclone II devices can support complex digital systems on a single chip at a cost that rivals that of ASICs.

What kind of processor cores does Altera offer?

Altera offered soft processor cores on the Nios II embedded processor, the Freescale ColdFire v1 core (free for Cyclone III FPGA), and the ARM Cortex-M1 processor as well as a hard IP processor core on the ARM Cortex-A9 processor.

What is the Altera Nios II processor?

AN-736Subscribe Send Feedback The Altera®Nios®II processor is a soft processor that supports all Altera SoC and FPGA families. This document describes how to boot a Nios II processor from Altera EPCQ flash memory (EPCQx1, EPCQx4) using an Altera serial flash controller.

What is the maximum input clock for Altera serial flash controller IP?

Note:The maximum input clock for Altera Serial Flash Controller IP is 25 MHz. The input clock must not exceed this maximum value. Configuration and Compilation To proceed with configuration and compilation, you must double-click on the Nios II Processor row in the System Contentswindow in Qsys to open the Nios II processor Parameterswindow.

What are the main product lines from Altera?

The main product lines from Altera were the Stratix, mid-range Arria, and lower-cost Cyclone series system on a chip FPGAs, the MAX series complex programmable logic device and non-volatile FPGAs, Intel Quartus Prime design software, and Enpirion PowerSoC DC-DC power solutions.