Lattice Semiconductor Corporation
Lattice Semiconductor (NASDAQ: LSCC) is the global leader in smart connectivity solutions, providing market leading intellectual property and low-power, small form-factor devices that enable more than 8,000 global customers to quickly deliver innovative and differentiated cost and power efficient products.
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FPGA development tool receives key functional safety certifications
Lattice Semiconductor has announced that its easy to use Lattice Diamond FPGA design and verification software environment (version 3.10 Service Pack 3) is certified ascompliant with the IEC 61508 and ISO 26262 functional safety standards. These standards are widely used by developers in automotive and industrial applications, as OEMs require mission-critical systems used in their industrial control equipment and veh...
FPGA platform enables low power edge applications
Lattice Semiconductor has announced its new low power FPGA platform, Lattice Nexus. The platform is architected to deliver power-efficient performance that will benefit developers of a wide range of applications, including AI for IoT, video, hardware security, embedded vision, 5G infrastructure and industrial/automotive automation.
Solutions stack extends ultra low-power AI at the edge
Lattice Semiconductor has announced availability of performance enhancements and new and improved application reference designs for its award-winning sensAI solutions stack. sensAI helps OEMs develop AI and ML experiences for next-generation smart devices with power consumption measured in milliwatts.
FPGAs bring power edge AI applications
Lattice Semiconductor has announced an FPGA developed on its new Lattice Nexus FPGA platform, CrossLink-NX. This new FPGA provides the low power, small form factor, reliability, and performance that developers need to create innovative embedded vision and AI solutions for communications, compute, industrial, automotive, and consumer systems.
Accelerating FPGA design with new software
Lattice Semiconductor has announced the availability of the latest version of its popular software design tool for FPGAs, Lattice Radiant 2.0. In addition to adding support for higher density devices like the new CrossLink-NX FPGA family, the updated design tool also offers new features that make it faster and easier than ever to develop Lattice FPGA-based designs.
FPGAs enhance video bridging for MIPI-based embedded vision systems
Lattice Semiconductor has introduced the CrossLinkPlus FPGA family for MIPI D-PHY based embedded vision systems. CrossLinkPlus devices are innovative, low power FPGAs featuring integrated flash memory, a hardened MIPI D-PHY and high-speed I/Os for instant-on panel display performance, and flexible on-device programming capabilities.
Flexible connectivity for industrial vision applications
Lattice Semiconductor has announced the availability of the latest in a series of new reference designs featuring the Lattice CrossLink FPGA for video bridging applications. The SubLVDS to MIPI CSI-2 Image Sensor Bridge reference design provides industrial device customers with a flexible, solution for connecting advanced application processors (APs) with image sensors currently used in machine vision applications for industrial environments.
ECP FPGA family for video capture devices
Lattice Semiconductor has announced that Nanjing Magewell Electronics has selected the Lattice ECP FPGA family to enable video processing in multiple Magewell USB 3.0 video capture devices, including the USB Capture Plus series. Using Lattice ECP FPGAs helps Magewell produce devices with lower power consumption and higher performance.
AI solution delivers performance boost for low power at the Edge
Lattice Semiconductor has announced major performance and design flow enhancements for its Lattice sensAI solutions stack. The Lattice sensAI stack provides a comprehensive hardware and software solution for implementing low power (1mW-1W), always-on Artificial Intelligence (AI) functionality in smart devices operating at the Edge. IHS forecasts 40 billion devices will be operating at the network Edge by 2025.
FPGA enhances security with hardware root-of-trust capabilities
Lattice Semiconductor has announced the MachXO3D FPGA for securing systems against a variety of threats. Unsecured systems can lead to data and design theft, product cloning and overbuilding, and device tampering or hijacking. With MachXO3D, OEMs can simplify the implementation of robust, comprehensive and flexible hardware-based security for all system components.
Design wins for home entertainment receiver systems
Provider of customisable smart connectivity solutions, Lattice Semiconductor, has announced that Pioneer & Onkyo Corporation has selected the Lattice HDMI eARC Receiver IC to provide ‘eARC’ features for its Pioneer Elite 7.2 channel SC-LX502 and Elite 9.2 channel VSX-LX503 home A/V receivers (AVR), which provide multiple wired and wireless connectivity options for audio, video and gaming components.
Forum focuses on developments in practical use of computer vision
It has been announced by Lattice Semiconductor that as part of its investment in smart vision systems, it will host the upcoming Vision Industry and Technology Forum, a quarterly invitation-only event presented by the Embedded Vision Alliance. The Forum will be held at Lattice’s Silicon Valley Development Center in San Jose, California on Wednesday, January 30th, 2019.
Jim Anderson named CEO at Lattice Semiconductor
Lattice Semiconductor has a new President and Chief Executive Officer. CEO. It has tapped Jim Anderson (pictured) from Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) where he served as the General Manager and Senior Vice President of the Computing and Graphics Business Group.
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.
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.
Eliminating the connector and keeping the connection
Lattice Semiconductor Corporation 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.
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.
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.
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 functio...
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, PC...