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Intel

Intel

Intel Corporation is the world's largest semiconductor chip maker based on revenue. Intel develops advanced integrated digital technology—primarily integrated circuits—for several industries, including computing and communications. Intel also develops integrated hardware and software computing technologies designed to provide optimized solutions to customers.

Through their acquisition of Altera, they offer FPGAs, SoC FPGAs, CPLDs, and ASICs, in combination with software tools, intellectual property, and embedded processors, to provide high-value programmable solutions. Altera’s end markets include wire line access/networking and transmission, computer and storage, wireless, broadcast, industrial, consumer, medical, military, and automotive.

Resources

Micron Memory Support for Intel® Internet of Things Platforms – 
Download the compatibility guide

Micron Validated Memory Search Tool – 
Search Micron validated modules 

Download Micron Flash and DRAM support for Intel FPGA Platforms.

Intel FPGA With Micron Memory –
Download the Flip Book

Intel with Micron Memory –
Download the flip book

Micron Solutions

Micron supports Intel with DDR, DDR2, DDR3, DDR4, LPDDR2, RLDRAM® 2, RLDRAM 3, DRAM Modules and Hybrid Memory Cube (HMC), as well as Parallel NOR, Serial NOR, e.MMC, and NAND Flash. We are working together to provide and validate complete memory solutions for a wide variety of applications.


Intel FPGA Development Kits Featuring Micron Memory

By Arrow Development Tools

Micron has collaborated with Intel FPGA and Arrow Development Tools to provide development kits to help system designers evaluate the true potential of Intel FPGAs—with Micron memory onboard (including DDR3Serial NOR, and LPDDR).

SOCKIT Development Kit - Powered by Micron’s 256Mb and 1Gb N25Q Serial NOR and 4Gb DDR3
DECA Development Kit built around Altera MAX 10 FPGA - Powered by Micron's 512Mb QSPI NOR and 4Gb DDR3 

Watch the industry's first interoperability demonstration between Altera Stratix V FPGAs and Micron's Hybrid Memory Cube.