We use IEEE-1735 encryption for our IP Cores and we would like Quartus' users to be able to decrypt them. For that we would like to have Intel's Public Key.
It seems that some Intel FPGA families (e.g., Cyclone V and older) are not supported in Quartus Prime Pro, and that for those an additional "path" (using amplic and encryp) exists. If possible we would like to have these tools too. We understand that for these we would need to provide also the IEEE-1735 encrypted version (including Mentor's Public Key) so that it can be simulated with ModelSim/QuestaSim.
P.S. It would be greatly appreciated if Intel decided to support IEEE-1735 decryption in all of its tools, and not only on Quartus Prime Pro.
This will require marketing approval. Please kindly check your email to request the IEEE 1735 Encryption Public Key and the Ampcrypt/Amplic tool.
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