Arrow announces evaluation board for Altera’s non-volatile Max 10 FPGAs

Coinciding with the release of the Altera MAX10 field-programmable gate array family, Arrow Electronics has released the BeMicro Max 10 FPGA evaluation board. Developed in collaboration with Altera and Analog Devices, the BeMicro Max 10 is intended for testing the features and functionality of MAX 10 FPGAs. MAX 10 FPGAs look set to revolutionise non-volatile FPGAs by integrating within a small-form factor device dual-configuration flash, analogue blocks, memory, DSP and embedded processing capabilities.

The BeMicro Max 10 was developed by Arrow’s engineers for customers seeking a low-cost method to test the Altera MAX 10 FPGA product family, particularly in applications that require instant-on functionality and the performance and flexibility of an FPGA. Developers of automotive, industrial and communication electronics are potential users of the evaluation board.

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