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Altera Quartus Prime 16.1 Update1 6.2 Gb
Altera, now part of Intel, announced the update production release of the new Quartus Prime 16.1 design software, which further accelerates FPGA design performance and design team productivity.
The new revolutionary Quartus Prime design software includes everything you need to design for Intel FPGAs, SoCs, and CPLDs (formerly Altera) from design entry and synthesis to optimization, verification, and simulation. Dramatically increased capabilities on devices with multi-million logic elements, are providing designers with the ideal platform to meet next-generation design opportunities. For designers to effectively take advantage of these devices, software must dramatically increase design productivity. The new Quartus Prime software, built on the successful Quartus II software, is breaking barriers of FPGA design productivity with an additional Spectra-Q engine that is optimized for Arria 10 and future devices.
The Spectra-Q engine enables new levels of design productivity for next-generation programmable devices with a set of faster and more scalable algorithms, a hierarchical database infrastructure, and a unified compiler technology. Visit the Spectra-Q page to learn more about how the Spectra-Q engine enables the development of new tools and design flows.
Whats New in 16.1:
Intel Quartus Prime design software, powered by the Spectra-Q engine, is primed to improve your productivity as you target our next generation devices with multi-million logic elements. Built on the success of Quartus II software, Quartus Prime software with the Spectra-Q engine consists of a new set of faster and more scalable algorithms, a new hierarchical database infrastructure and a new unified compiler technology.
Intel Quartus Prime software is available in three editions based on your design requirements: Pro, Standard, and Lite Edition.
– Quartus Prime Pro Editon-The Quartus Prime Pro Edition is optimized to support the advanced features in Intels next-generation FPGAs and SoCs, starting with the Arria 10 device family.
– Quartus Prime Standard Edition-The Quartus Prime Standard Edition includes the most extensive support for Intels latest device families and requires a subscription license.
– Quartus Prime Lite Edition-The Quartus Prime Lite Edition provides an ideal entry point to Intels high-volume device families and is available as a free download with no license file required
About Altera Corporation
Altera Corporation is at the forefront of technology innovation, providing customers programmable solutions for leading-edge electronic systems that are shaping our modern world. Headquartered in Silicon Valley, California, Altera has been supplying the industry with access to the latest programmable logic, process technologies, IP cores and development tools for more than 30 years. Altera was founded in 1983 and employs more than 3,000 people in over 20 countries.
Product: Altera Quartus Prime (Pro)
Supported Architectures: 32bit / 64bit
System Requirements: PC
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 7even / 8.x / 10 / Server 2008 R2 SP1 Enterprise
Software Prerequisites: Altera Quartus Prime 16.1
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Altera only recommends minimum hardware requirements, minimum available physical RAM, and swap space for the Quartus® II software. These recommendations are in the readme.txt that ships with the Quartus II software and in the Device Support Release Notes, which are on the Quartus II Development Software documentation page
The minimum requirements allow the Quartus II software to run. If you have large designs and want optimum compilation times, Altera recommends a higher specification.
The Quartus II software requires significant processor and memory resources. CPU speed is the main factor that affects with compilation time performance. Consider multi-core processors and multi-CPU configurations to take advantage of multi-threaded compilation. Use design partitioning and incremental compilation to take full advantage of the available cores. Refer to the Reducing Compilation Time chapter in volume 2 of the Quartus II Handbook.
In addition, address the following three bottlenecks:
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- Maximize on-chip cache access by the processor
- Minimize the usage of Virtual Memory
- Minimize hard disk access times
- Switching from 32-bit to 64-bit OS and software may not reduce compilation time. 64-bit Quartus II software allows access to a larger memory map per process (no 2-GB restriction), but you may not see improvements when using 64-bit OS or software, if your design does not reach the 2-GB limit and uses slow virtual memory on a 32-bit OS. You may see a slight degradation in compilation times because of the overhead for 64-bit processing.
- The compilation time performance of the Quartus II software version 10.0 and later 64-bit versus 32-bit (on a 64-bit machine) is comparable, as is the performance of the Windows OS versus the equivalent Linux (32-bit versus 32-bit, or 64-bit versus 64-bit).
Maximize on-chip cache access by the processor
Choose a CPU(s) with a large amount of on-chip cache.
Minimize the usage of Virtual Memory
Use a 64-bit architecture and operating system, with adequate amounts of fast speed-grade RAM.
As device sizes, and software complexity increase so does memory usage. Designs targeting newer device families (Stratix® III and later) require more than the 2GB of RAM available to a 32-bit application, so use 64-bit operating systems and software.
For a 64-bit system, a single compilation should have access to at least 8 GB of RAM (8 to 10GB installed) and more for larger device families. For minimum installed RAM information per device, refer to the Device Support Release Notes, which are on the Quartus II Development Software documentation page.
Minimize hard disk access times
Install a local SCSI or SATA based architecture with fast or solid state disks. Disks can also be RAID striped for faster access.
Using network disks can be a significant bottle neck for compilation times. If you must store the project source on a network disk, Altera recommends that you create a local project that uses source files from the network file system, keeping the project directory local and the source files remote. The Quartus II software only reads the source files a few times, but it needs to access the Quartus II databases (db and incremental_db) many times.