Quickly create connected solutions using this highly flexible platform running an Intel® MAX® 10 FPGA. Integrated Wi-Fi* and Ethernet connectivity, combined with a host of modular interface options, makes this a highly flexible platform. Plus, the FPGA hosts an integrated 8-bit Atmel* AVR instruction set compatible microcontroller providing Arduino* programmability.
This kit provides FPGA acceleration using an Intel® Max® 10 FPGA. It also includes an integrated 8-bit Atmel* AVR instruction set compatible microcontroller, which can be used within the Arduino* ecosystem. You can pair this kit with a SnōMākr Breakout Board to power solutions with an AC adapter or USB. A 3.3 V Arduino shield provides access to the additional 18 Snō digital signal pins.
Accelerate hardware projects using an FPGA and the Arduino platform and ecosystem. Based on the Intel® Max® 10 FPGA, this board can not only serve as an alternative to the Arduino Uno, but it is also completely programmable via the Arduino IDE.
This low-cost kit is an excellent hardware platform for FPGA developers, IoT system designers, makers, and students to begin designing with programmable logic. Intel® Cyclone® 10 FPGA with Intel® Enpirion® Power Solutions provide fully validated, easy-to-use solutions for cost-sensitive applications designed for commercial, industrial, and automotive use.
Based on an Intel® FPGA, this kit delivers a reconfigurable hardware design platform for makers, IoT developers, and educators. Create exciting IoT applications with the included board, which provides a robust and feature-rich hardware design platform, including two GPIO expansion headers and an Arduino* header.
Learn how our FPGAs can power your emerging IoT applications. Solutions such as smart city infrastructure, intelligent factory automation, smart grid, and data center acceleration already use Intel® FPGAs to take advantage of hardware and software programmability, security, and high-performance features.
Intel® FPGAs are better powered by Intel® Enpirion® Power Solutions, which reduce printed circuit board costs due to smaller size, and are designed, tested, and qualified as complete systems. This allows developers to focus on their design and not the mechanics of how to power it.