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Lattice to Showcase Edge-Optimized Advanced Programmability at embedded world 2024 - News

April 05, 2024

HILLSBORO, Ore.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Lattice Semiconductor (NASDAQ: LSCC), the low power programmable leader, today announced its exhibition plan for embedded world 2024. Lattice technology will be on full display throughout the tradeshow with conference sessions on embedded vision, AI, security and functional safety, and connectivity, in addition to a demo-filled booth display. Joined by a strong lineup of innovation partners, Lattice will showcase its latest advancements in FPGA solutions that enable engineers to future-proof their designs for Automotive, Industrial, and Security applications at the Edge.


embedded world 2024 Best in Show Nominees: Microcontrollers, Microprocessors, & IP - Story

April 01, 2024

The Embedded Computing Design editorial staff is pleased to present this year’s embedded world Best-in-Show nominees in the Microcontrollers, Microprocessors, & IP category:

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Powering the Technological Transformation of Automotive, Communications, and Industrial Markets - Blog

March 26, 2024

In today's rapidly evolving technological landscape, the Automotive, Communications, and Industrial markets stand at the forefront of digital transformation. Advanced technologies powered by artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) have ushered in a new era of innovation, where technologically advanced vehicles redefine driving experiences, 5G connectivity enables unparalleled processing speeds, and smart manufacturing facilities revolutionize industrial workflows with automation.

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Scaling Transistors & Accelerating Backside Power with Intel - Podcast

December 21, 2023

On this episode of Embedded Insiders, Paul Fischer, senior principal engineer in the Components Research Department at Intel, discusses the trends and challenges surrounding transistor scaling and backside power. So, ICYMI, these were some of the the top technical research breakthroughs Intel presented this year at IEDM. 

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DevTalk with Rich and Vin: FPGAs for the Midrange Do Exist - Story

December 14, 2023

In the golden era of electrical engineering, when yours truly was a budding designer, we worked with a processor, like an 8051 or an 8085, and we wrote some code to go with it. Programmable log? It existed, but those things were too darn expensive for what we called mainstream or mid-range applications. 

Fast forward to today, and you’d be hard pressed to come up with application that doesn’t make use of programmable logic.

In this episode of DevTalk with Rich and Vin, we look at today’s landscape of FPGAs, particularly those that are, in theory, aimed at the mid-range of the market. And we bring in a special guest, Gordon Hands, a Senior Director with Lattice Semiconductor.

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Filling the FPGA Funnel in the Midrange - Story

December 11, 2023

We talked about this a little while ago, but it bears mentioning again, especially as a new entrant is being announced. There isn’t much development for FPGAs in the middle of the market. Products aimed at high end, with lots of compute performance are readily available. The same goes for the lower performance, yet much power-reduced, offerings.


Product of the Week: Lattice Semiconductor’s Lattice Avant-X Family of Mid-Range, General Purpose FPGAs - Story

December 11, 2023

Mid-range, general-purpose FPGAs are often chosen over other FPGAs, depending on application-specific requirements, for their versatility, cost-effectiveness, and balanced feature set that allows then to perform efficiently in a wide range of applications.