0 Replies Latest reply on Jun 1, 2015 9:08 PM by Frederick Blais

    Intel buys Altera

    Frederick Blais

      Server vendors are expected to be the first target for such combinations. But Mr. Krzanich also planned to combine Intel’s low-cost Atom processor chips with Altera circuitry for applications that fall under the Internet of Things, a broad term for adding processing and communications capability to many kinds of everyday items purchased by consumers and businesses.



      Am I the only one excited by this news? That means we could see one day a version of the Edison with on-chip FPGA. Imagine, Linux OS + Realtime OS + FPGA...