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Bringing AI in edge devices to the mass market

Bringing AI in edge devices to the mass market
A complete technology stack combining modular hardware kits, neural network IP cores, software tools, reference designs and custom design services has been introduced by Lattice Semiconductor to accelerate integration of machine learning inferencing into broad market IoT applications.
21st May 2018

Modules replace USB connectors with 12Gbps wireless technology

Modules replace USB connectors with 12Gbps wireless technology
Lattice Semiconductor has announced the expansion of its Lattice Snap wireless connector product family to support broader adoption of 60GHz wireless technology in consumer and embedded applications. The new Lattice Snap modules, based on Lattice’s production-proven SiBEAM 60GHz technology, enable manufacturers to easily integrate short range, high speed 60GHz wireless links into their products.
13th March 2018

Wireless connector technology simplifies USB connections

Wireless connector technology simplifies USB connections
Lattice Semiconductor has announced that its SiBEAM Snap technology will be integrated in Fujitsu’s next-gen Tablet PC, model Q508. According to the company the Q508 will be the first tablet supporting USB 3.1 data transfers at 5Gbps wirelessly and will be displayed during CES 2018. The product will be available in Japan starting in January 2018.
12th January 2018


eARC designed for future compatibility with home theatres

eARC designed for future compatibility with home theatres
Provider of customisable smart connectivity solutions, Lattice, has announced the release of the SiI9437 and SiI9438, the first HDMI 2.1 enhanced Audio Return Channel (eARC) audio receiver and transmitter devices. eARC future proofs and significantly improves home theatre connectivity. This new, simple and trouble-free audio feature is included in the recently announced HDMI 2.1 specification.
4th December 2017

Evaluation board offers 60% reduction in power consumption

Evaluation board offers 60% reduction in power consumption
Provider of customisable smart connectivity solutions, Lattice Semiconductor, has announced the expansion of its MachXO3 control PLD family to address the evolving design requirements of the communications and industrial sectors. The new MachXO3-9400 package options offer reduced power consumption with a core voltage of 1.2V for thermally-challenged environments, provide expanded FPGA logic resources for motor control and board management functions, and offer a higher I/O count optimised for server and storage applications.
8th November 2017

FPGA enables concurrent sensor processing in SteamVR tracking

Lattice Semiconductor has announced that Valve has selected Lattice’s low power and low cost iCE40 FPGA to enable concurrent data capture and processing for its SteamVR Tracking. As a low power and low latency sensor hub on the SteamVR tracking platform, Lattice’s iCE40 FPGA significantly reduces the number of signals that need to be routed from the sensors to the AP / MCUs on the PCB, which in turn reduces EMI emissions, PCB congestion and improves signal integrity.
23rd October 2017

Reference designs support LoRa communication

Reference designs support LoRa communication
Lattice Semiconductor has announced the availability of new reference designs based on its iCE40 UltraPlus FPGA devices to address emerging market requirements and to enable an expedited product development cycle. Expanding one of the industry’s most energy-efficient and programmable mobile influenced solutions, Lattice’s new reference designs for the iCE40 UltraPlus support LoRa communication, elliptic curve cryptography (ECC) security, signal aggregation, machine learning and graphics acceleration.
27th June 2017

Traffic camera system utilises FPGA for license plate detection

Traffic camera system utilises FPGA for license plate detection
Lattice Semiconductor has announced the implementation of its ECP5 FPGA into embedded vision applications for smart surveillance and automotive applications at the Edge. Reinforcing Lattice’s commitment to the industrial and automotive markets, the company’s ECP5 family of low power, small form factor FPGAs enables CPU acceleration for license plate detection and image enhancement in intelligent traffic cameras.
15th June 2017

Modular platform enables flexible connectivity

Modular platform enables flexible connectivity
  Lattice Semiconductor has announced the availability of its Embedded Vision Development Kit, the development kit optimsed for mobile-influenced system designs that require flexible, low cost, and low power image processing architectures.
4th May 2017

Crosslink’s broad applicability highlighted in new cases

Crosslink’s broad applicability highlighted in new cases
  CrossLink was introduced by Lattice Semiconductor as a video bridging solution to help designers take advantage of the latest generation of processors, displays and sensors. CrossLink also offers a new way to develop high performance, low power an compact bridging solutions.
26th April 2017

Development platforms enable video bridging capabilities

Development platforms enable video bridging capabilities
Lattice Semiconductor announced the expansion of its Lattice CrossLink programmable ASSP (pASSP) solutions to enable new video bridging capabilities with the release of three new CrossLink intellectual property (IP) and two new CrossLink demonstration platforms showcasing MIPI DSI to LVDS and CMOS to MIPI CSI-2.
28th February 2017

Partnership delivers HDBaseT reference design

Valens, the developer of HDBaseT and founder of the HDBaseT Alliance, announced the availability of a reference design for HDBaseT transmission of full 18 Gbps HDMI 2.0, including 4K 60 4:4:4. The reference design leverages Lattice Semiconductor’s video connectivity ASSPs (Application Specific Standard Product) to enable Ultra High-definition (UHD) video transmission using visually lossless compression, while maintaining overall latency to a few microseconds.
9th February 2017

Partnership delivers an immersive wireless VR experience

Partnership delivers an immersive wireless VR experience
Lattice Semiconductor, and TPCAST announced an exclusive partnership to deliver wireless solutions for Head Mount Display (HMD)-based VR systems. Lattice’s WirelessHD solution, along with a suite of FPGA and ASSP products, are offered exclusively in TPCAST’s VR applications which require low latency, high bandwidth wireless video transmission.
24th January 2017

FPGAs increase memory and DSP for always-on IoT design

FPGAs increase memory and DSP for always-on IoT design
The next stage in the iCE40 FPGA family, Lattice Semiconductor has introduced the iCE40 UltraPlus, with enhanced memory and DSP functionality to accelerate development of smartphones and IoT edge devices.
12th December 2016

Partnership delivers wireless HD video for medical device applications

Partnership delivers wireless HD video for medical device applications
  Lattice Semiconductor and NDS Surgical Imaging have announced a strategic partnership leveraging Lattice’s WirelessHD solution specifically for medical device applications. 
30th November 2016

Low power FPGAs enable connectivity to ASICs and ASSPs

Low power FPGAs enable connectivity to ASICs and ASSPs
The availability of ECP5-5G-based IP and solutions has been announced by Lattice Semiconductor Corporation, which are part of the company’s ECP5 family of low power, small form factor connectivity FPGAs for industrial and communications applications. This product family enables seamless connectivity to ASICs and ASSPs in a wide array of applications.
1st November 2016

First wireless projector provides easy installation in the home

First wireless projector provides easy installation in the home
Lattice Semiconductor Corporation recently announced that its SiBEAM 60GHz wireless technology has been designed into Epson’s PowerLite Home Cinema 5040UBe 3LCD projector, the industry’s first wireless projector with 4K support for the consumer and enterprise markets. Epson’s flagship projector allows consumers to connect a range of home entertainment products that are paired with a transmitter to wirelessly stream 4K and HDR (high dynamic range) content.
22nd September 2016

Programmable bridging device resolves interface mismatches

Programmable bridging device resolves interface mismatches
Lattice Semiconductor has announced the industry’s first Lattice CrossLink programmable bridging device that supports leading protocols for mobile image sensors and displays. The CrossLink device combines the flexibility and fast time-to-market of an FPGA with the power and functional optimisation of an ASSP to create a new product class called programmable ASSP (pASSP).
17th May 2016

Lattice enhances portfolio of video interface bridging solutions

Lattice enhances portfolio of video interface bridging solutions
Lattice Semiconductor Corporation has announced the broad availability of 19 HDMI products geared towards the Industrial market. The suite of HDMI transmitters, receivers, port processors and video processors enable seamless 'plug and play' connectivity beyond the traditional CE and mobile applications.
12th May 2016

FPGAs offer a 35% increase in LUTs & 15% more I/Os

FPGAs offer a 35% increase in LUTs & 15% more I/Os
Expanding its MachXO3 family of FPGAs, Lattice Semiconductor has announced the MachXO3L-9400 and MachXO3LF-9400 devices available in multiple packages. Built in response to customer demand, these devices bring expanded I/O and logic support for control PLD applications, while increased on-chip memory improves picture clarity for low cost video bridging in large monitor applications.
19th April 2016


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