2 Replies Latest reply on May 9, 2011 7:29 AM by khaledaly

    Integrating IP core units with Intel® EP80579

    Community Member

      Hello

       

      Can anyone advise the eligibility requirements to work with Intel Embedded team to integrate own IP core units for a specific SoC solution?

       

      Does the procedure need to begin with joining as an Embedded Alliance member? Or could this be discussed with design team directly.

       

      Thanks,

      ka

        • Re: Integrating IP core units with Intel® EP80579
          Felix_M BlackBelt

          Hi ka:

           

          Welcome to the Intel® Embedded Community.

           

          In order to give you some guidance here, can you please say a little more about what model you have in mind?   For example, do you have some IP that you wish to license to Intel that would be integrated on a part that Intel markets?  Or are you thinking of combining Intel IP with yours to create a SoC that you will market?

           

          Thanks

          Felix

           

          J. Felix McNulty

          Community Moderator

          Intel® Embedded Community

          (Intel contractor)

            • Re: Integrating IP core units with Intel® EP80579
              Community Member

              Hi Felix

               

              Yes, we are interested in the licensing model, to integrate a set of novel IP core units of much elevance to HPC and acceleration, and take advantage of the lower latency DMA and IO access. In a way, similar to the Intel embedded security appliance that was published in an Intel's white paper.

               

              If you I could discuss detail with you, I'd appreciate if you might advise me how to contact you in person. I'd otherwise appreciate the information about the procedure to qualify a proposal and discuss detail and your referral to the right Intel contact to progress this with.

               

              Thanks & regards,

              Khaled