The latest version of Intel® Quartus® Prime software version 21.3 has been released. It introduces many new intuitive features and improvements that make it easier to design with Intel® FPGAs, including the new Intel® Agilex™ FPGAs.
These new features and improvements include:
• Improvements for Intel® Agilex™ FPGA power, performance, runtime, memory, and logic utilization†
• The first release of the Nios V/m microcontroller (the next generation of softcore processors based on the open-source RISC V architecture)
• New, faster compilation options for use during the early stages of development
• Signal preservation for use in RTL development and Platform Designer system development
• Incremental Signal Tap compilation, providing faster iterations during the debug cycle
• Simulator Aware Signal Tap (Beta) expanding the scope of visibility of the Signal Tap Logic Analyzer tool
• New and improved Design Assistant design rules for synthesis, clock domain crossing (CDC), reset domain crossing (RDC)
• Siemens EDA Questa*-Intel FPGA and Starter Edition simulators for faster 64-bit simulation
• And Many More
The new Intel Quartus Prime development software version 21.3 is available for immediate download. Click here.
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