The Intel® Arria® 10 SoC Development Kit offers a quick and simple approach for developing custom ARM* processor-based SoC designs. Design productivity is one of the driving philosophies of the Arria 10 SoC architecture. The Arria 10 SoCs offer full software compatibility with previous generation SoCs, a broad ecosystem of ARM software and tools, and the enhanced FPGA and digital signal processing (DSP) hardware design flow.
Arria 10 SoCs have been designed to meet the performance and power requirements for mid-range applications such as:
Wireless infrastructure equipment including remote radio unit and mobile backhaul**
Compute and storage equipment including flash cache, cloud computing, and acceleration**
Broadcast studio and distribution equipment including professional A/V and video conferencing**
Military guidance, control, and intelligence equipment**
Wireline 100G line cards, bridges and aggregation, 40G GPON**
Test and measurement equipment**
Diagnostic medical imaging equipment**
PCI Express* (PCIe*) Gen3 x8 lanes (endpoint or root port)**
**Application-specific daughtercards, available separately, supporting a wide range of I/O and interface standards
Figure 1. Intel Arria 10 SoC Development Kit
With this kit, you can:
Evaluate Arria 10 SoC device features and performance
Begin development of your hardware and software design
Use as a platform for target reference designs, OS/BSP, and tools
Figure 2. Arria 10 SoC Development Kit Block Diagram
Table 1. Ordering Information
This development kit features a 10AS066N3F40E2SG device and a one-year license for the Intel Quartus® Prime design software.
Please contact Intel for shipping availability
Table 2. Development Kit Contents
Arria 10 10AS066N3F40E2SG1 SoC
Embedded Intel FPGA Download Cable II for hard processor system (HPS) or FPGA programming
The Quartus Prime design suite provides the necessary tools used for developing hardware and software for Intel FPGA devices. Included in the Quartus Prime design suite are the Quartus Prime software, the Nios II EDS, and the Intel FPGA IP Library.