Abstract : This paper presents a framework which facilitates the parameterization and integration of IP cores into partially reconfigurable SoC platforms, departing from a high-level of abstraction. The approach is based in a Model-Driven Engineering (MDE) methodology, which exploits two widely used standards for Systems-on-Chip specification, MARTE and IP-XACT. The presented work deals with the deployment level of the MDE approach, in which the abstract components of the platform are first linked to the lower level IP-XACT counterparts. At this phase, information for parameterization and integration is readily available, and a synthesizable model can be obtained from the generated IP-XACT through model transformations. We detail how certain IP-XACT objects are exploited in our approach; the emphasis is given to the generation of IP cores in a Xilinx EDK environment. We provide a case study in which a complete DPR platform is modeled in MARTE and implemented in a FPGA.