Intel's give-away: 8 FPGA development kits

June 28, 2017 // By Julien Happich
This month, Intel is giving away eight of its DE10-Nano FPGA development kits worth $130 each for eeNews Europe's readers to win.

Each kit include a DE10-Nano board, that is a platform built around the Altera System-on-Chip (SoC) FPGA, which combines the latest dual-core Cortex-A9 embedded cores with programmable logic for ultimate design flexibility. The SoC integrates an ARM-based hard processor system (HPS) consisting of processor, peripherals and memory interfaces tied seamlessly with the FPGA fabric using a high-bandwidth interconnect backbone. The board is also equipped with high-speed DDR3 memory, analog to digital capabilities, Ethernet networking, and other features. It comes with a quick start guide including reference designs, development tools, and tutorials, USB Type A to Mini-B and USB Type A to Micro-B cables, a 5V DC power adapter and a pre-installed microSD card. The DE0-Nano-SoC Development Kit contains all the tools needed to use the board in conjunction with a computer that runs the Microsoft Windows XP or later.

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And last month’s winners are…

In our previous reader offer, 4D Systems was giving away 15 of its IoD series of intelligent display modules , worth $49 each, for eeNews Europe 's readers to win.

Lucky winners include Mr F. Renet from France, Mr M. Szymczyk and Mr P. Rzeszut from Poland, Mr R. Dinerman and Mr M. Ben-Shahar from Israel, Mr J-J Lemaire, Mr N. Vellemans and Mr D. Croughs from Belgium, Mr R. Stepaniuk from Spain, Mr N. Monios and Mr G. Bampasidis from Greece, Mr I. Cicek from Turkey, Mr I. Plummer from the UK, Mr S. Ragazzini from Italy and D. Kolev from Sweden. All should be receiving their packages soon. Let's wish them some interesting findings with their projects.