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IP support in Xilinx Vs Altera

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ykishore

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Usually when comparing between Xilinx and Altera FPGAs, one of the common statements that I keep coming across is that Xilinx has more IP core support than Altera.

I am just curious, if anyone knows of specific examples, as in if there are any cores in Xilinx that Altera doesn't provide or is that just a historical statement.

I have used both of them and kind of used some of the basic cores like BRAM, FFT, FIFO etc; which are available from both the vendors. So interested in knowing the intricacies of this comment that Xilinx has better IP core support
 

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Don't believe that.
Today, a lot of IP infrastructure exists for both Xilinx and Altera.
 

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Ive never heard that statement. Sounds like rubbish to me. You get the same stuff for both vendors.
 

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