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Is Quartus Standard or Pro required to create an OpenCL Board Support Package?

sharpertool
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I am working with a Critical Link Vision Development Kit. The current BSP does not include the OpenCL capabilities. I'm trying to create a custom BSP to allow me to run an OpenCL Kernel(s) on the board, and perform object recognition on the video stream.

 

The documentation on making a custom BSP states to use a design partition or to implement a 'Configuration Via Protocol' approach so that the compiled OpenCL kernel can be inserted into the BSP using the placeholder.

 

Does this *require* the quartus standard or pro version? Standard would apply here, since this is a Cyclone V project.

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Fawaz_J_Intel
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Hello,

Quartus Standard should be fine. The pro version is not supporting Cyclone V devices.

 

Thank you

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