Grab Altera’s latest MAX 10 FPGA kit

Grab Altera’s latest MAX 10 FPGA kit

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The feature-rich platform provides a fast and simple way for embedded designers to experience the capabilities of a custom embedded processor in a non-volatile FPGA. The MAX 10 NEEK was jointly developed by Altera and its board partner, Terasic. It combines a MAX 10 FPGA-based board with a 7-inch, 5-point multi-touch display.

Embedded developers can select from a variety of networking, audio, video and image processing reference designs, and launch example applications with the touch of a finger. The kit includes many amenities that enhance human machine interface (HMI), machine vision, and surveillance operation including an 8 megapixel MIPI CSI-2 camera, HDMI support, humidity & temperature sensor, 3-axis accelerometer, and built-in microphone.

Combining a Nios II soft processor and a MAX 10 FPGA with on-die flash provides several advantages over microcontroller-based solutions, including enabling custom hardware configuration, obsolescence proofing, and custom hardware acceleration for real-time processing. Embedded designers can configure the perfect-fit processor system with Nios II processor and MAX 10 FPGAs, which is impossible to do with a standard microcontroller’s limited peripheral sets.

More information about the MAX 10 NEEK at

And the previous winners are…


Last month, Novelda was giving away two full XeThru Inspiration kits worth 1499 US Dollars each, for eeNews Europe’s readers to win.

Lucky winners include Mr S. Mackie from the UK and Mr. P. Rodrigues from Portugal. Both should be receiving their packages soon. Let’s wish them some interesting findings with their projects.


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