Innovate FPGA Design Contest

The Innovate FPGA design contest seeks to explore FPGA-based solutions that reduce environmental impact. Teams will be challenged to show how intelligent use of Intel’s Edge-Centric FPGAs in connected edge applications can reduce demands on the planet’s resources. See what teams from around the world can do with Intel’s Edge-Centric FPGAs.

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The Transformative Edge

Increased data generation, along with a diverse and growing number of devices on the edge means that engineers need to adapt rapidly to a fast-transforming edge. Intel’s Edge-Centric FPGAs have the features and flexibility to allow organizations to bring new products to market quickly.

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Customer and Partner Spotlight

Every day, users come up with new ways of utilizing Edge-Centric FPGAs in their unique environments.


Frequently Asked Questions

Other Intel® FPGAs are also used for edge-centric applications. However, the characteristics of MAX® and Cyclone® FPGA devices—with low-power and small-form factor focus—while valued by many different types of applications, are critical for many edge applications. This feature set allows customers to build products specifically deployed on the edge.

We realize that customers choose to deploy with FPGAs because of the ability to be supported for 15 and frequently over 20+ years. With over 2.5 billion MAX® and Cyclone® FPGA devices sold, it’s important that our customers realize that they can continue to rely and design in confidence with these widely used FPGAs.

Yes. MAX V® has CPLD capabilities and features, but at the same time it is designed around an FPGA architecture.