I always feel rather special around this time of the month, because I just received my copy of Altera's monthly eNewsletter – Inside Edge
. On the off-chance you haven't already signed up for this, the highlights of this issue are as follows:MONTHLY SPOTLIGHTAltera Unveils New 40GbE and 100GbE IP CoresDoes your system require high-speed Ethernet connections? With these cores you can effectively build high-speed chip-to-optical, chip-to-chip, and backplane Ethernet systems, besides boosting your design productivity. Download the new cores now!FPGAs
Take It Up a Notch with New 14.1-Gbps TransceiversNow shipping, the first full-production 14.1-Gbps transceivers carry Stratix® V FPGA technology to more protocols than ever. Learn more!SOFTWARE
Get Improved Support for High-Speed Transceiver DesignsThe new Quartus II software v12.0 SP1 provides improved Stratix V and Cyclone V FPGA support as well as general bug fixes. Download today!DESIGN RESOURCESDemo the Groundbreaking Features of FPGAs in Your DesignNow shipping in full production, the Stratix V GX FPGA Development Kit provides a complete design environment to develop FPGA designs. Book your order today!Develop, Test, and Prototype Your Cost-Sensitive DesignsThe Arria V GX Starter Kit includes all the hardware and software you need to develop cost-sensitive FPGA applications. Try it Now!
And there's much, MUCH more. Far more, in fact, than we have the time to go into here. So if you want to start receiving your own copy of this little rascal, bounce over to Altera's Email Subscription Center
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