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Intel FPGA BOARDS AND SOLUTIONS (formerly altera)

Altera Corporation was an American manufacturer at the forefront of technology innovation, providing customers with programmable solutions for leading-edge electronic systems that are shaping the modern world. Headquartered in Silicon Valley, California, Altera supplied the industry with access to the latest FPGAs, process technologies, IP cores and development tools for more than 30 years. Altera was founded in 1983 and employed more than 3,000 people in over 20 countries.

Altera FPGAs, SoCs with embedded processor systems, CPLDs, ASICs, and complementary technologies, such as power solutions, are used in production by more than 12,000 customers worldwide in a variety of end-markets including communications, networking, cyber security, cloud computing and storage, industrial, automotive and defense.

Intel and Altera announced on June 1, 2015 that they entered into a definitive agreement under which Intel would acquire Altera for approximately $16.7 billion.  The transaction closed on December 28, 2015.

The acquisition has coupled Intel’s leading-edge products and manufacturing process with Altera’s leading field-programmable gate array (FPGA) technology. The combination is expected to enable new classes of products that meet customer needs in the data center and Internet of Things (IoT) market segments. Intel plans to offer Altera’s FPGA products with Intel Xeon® processors as highly customised, integrated products.

Sarsen Technology can supply and support Intel FPGA boards based on Intel Stratix V, Intel Stratix 10, Intel Arria V and Intel Arria 10 FPGAs.

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