A Stratix IV FPGA

Stratix is a family of FPGA products developed by Intel, Programmable Solutions Group (former Altera). Other current product lines include e.g. Arria and Cyclone families.

Stratix FPGAs are typically programmed in hardware description languages such as VHDL or Verilog, using the Intel Quartus Prime computer software.

Intel FPGAs have been used in automotive,[1][2] optical imaging,[3] memory,[4] data processing[5][6][7][8] and computing[9] applications.


  1. ^ Altera Demonstrates Automotive Embedded System Solutions that Increase Design Productivity at SAE Convergence 2014, PRNewsWire
  2. ^ Audi Selects Altera SoC FPGA for Production Vehicles with "Piloted Driving" Capability, Virtual Strategy Magazine
  3. ^ Hollywood's Top-selling Camera Maker ARRI Chooses Altera for AMIRA Documentary Camera, MarketWatch
  4. ^ Altera to Demonstrate FPGA Technologies at Flash Memory Summit 2014, MarketWatch
  5. ^ Altera Demonstrating FPGA-based Data Center Solutions at Intel Developers Forum 2014, MarketWatch
  6. ^ Altera And Baidu Collaborate On FPGA-Based Acceleration For Cloud Data Centers, BenZinga
  7. ^ FPGA news roundup: Microsoft "Catapult", Intel's hybrid and Xilinx OpenCL, AnandNews
  8. ^ Microsoft taps FPGAs to speed up Bing, EETIndia
  9. ^ Altera and IBM Unveil FPGA-accelerated POWER Systems with Coherent Shared Memory, MarketWatch

See also