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FPGAs Helping Cars Get Smarter

FPGAs Helping Cars Get Smarter

Posted 08/30/2022 by Bob O’Donnell, President and chief analyst, TECHnalysis Research

One of the many interesting things we all learned during the pandemic is that supply chains can cause problems for lots of people. Automotive industry supply chains in particular are, well, really complicated. Even general consumers started to learn how important semiconductors are to the production of today’s increasingly intelligent cars and how, if chips are in short supply, vehicles can’t get produced. What they probably didn’t quite get to is what a critical role FPGAs pla...

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Accelerating the Next Wave of Automotive Applications

Accelerating the Next Wave of Automotive Applications

Posted 08/23/2022 by Christian Mueller

With the increasing mandates for and adoption of hybrid and electric vehicles (EV), the demand for automotive applications development from power management maximizing battery life, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), and human-machine interfaces (HMIs) for infotainment systems that support technologies like voice control and gesture recognition features are growing significantly. Car manufacturers are exploring the use of in-cabin vision systems and AI for a variety of use cases. Some e...

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FPGA for Edge AI

How FPGAs Enable AI and ML in PCs

Posted 08/18/2022 by Matt Dobrodziej, Vice President of Segment Marketing and Business Development, Lattice Semiconductor

Every year, PC manufacturers introduce an array of new laptops packed with the latest technologies and features, all designed to deliver great user experiences. Historically, these came in the form of form factor innovations, screen enhancements, and user interface improvements. However, the growing popularity of AI (artificial intelligence) and ML (machine learning) has opened a new world of possibilities and PC manufacturers and ecosystem giants are all looking for ways to add these advance ne...

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Embracing Change in Embedded Design

Embracing Change in Embedded Design

Posted 08/05/2022 by Lattice Semiconductor

At this year’s Embedded World 2022, Lattice presented a keynote address by Steve Douglass, head of R&D, the importance of flexibility and adaptability in embedded system design – both at the software layer and the hardware layer – to keep pace with the major technology trends of today and tomorrow. This blog provides a high-level recap of the presentation. We are living in a time in our industry with some of the most profound changes in technology that are fundamentally re...

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Accelerating Innovation in Low Power AI Applications with Lattice FPGAs

Accelerating Innovation in Low Power AI Applications with Lattice FPGAs

Posted 08/03/2022 by Hussein Osman, Segment Marketing Director, Lattice Semiconductor

On-device AI inference capability is expected to reach 60% of all devices by 2024, according to ABI Research. This underscores the rapid speed of AI innovation to take place in the last few years that has required engineers to come up with flexible design models as they transition from the cloud to the edge. The trend is driven by advances in ultra-low latency, security, bandwidth limitations, and privacy. Lattice FPGAs and software solutions help enable acceleration of future models with exist...

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How 5G ORAN is Changing the Telecommunications Market

How 5G ORAN is Changing the Telecommunications Market

Posted 07/12/2022 by Mamta Gupta, Director of Security & Comms Segment Marketing, Lattice Semiconductor

5G is globally recognized as the technology standard for broadband networks, but what implications has the rapid adoption of 5G created in the global telecommunications market? With growing use-cases for 5G, Open RAN (ORAN) is now leveraged to enable faster innovation and greater flexibility. Spurred by the recent technological developments such as the virtualization of cellular networks and the advent of Software Defined Networks have proliferated the use of ORAN in 5G deployment, forever chang...

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Protect, Detect, and Recover – How to Make Your System Cyber Resilient

Posted 06/16/2022 by Eric Sivertson, Mamta Gupta

Lattice’s latest security seminar, during which we were joined by our partner AMI focused on cybersecurity topics for firmware and supply chain protection in the compute and datacenter applications. If you missed the live event, you can watch a recording of the “Cyber Resiliency for Firmware Protections & Supply Chain Security” seminar here, or read on to explore some of the highlights. Today’s global supply chain has become a very fragile and brittle environment as ...

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Accelerating Space Development with Low Power, Radiation-Tolerant FPGAs and GRLIB

Accelerating Space Development with Low Power, Radiation-Tolerant FPGAs and GRLIB

Posted 06/09/2022 by Guest blog: Adam Taylor CEng FIET Embedded Systems Consultant

The importance and adoption of FPGA technologies are growing exponentially in space applications thanks to their on-orbit reconfigurability, responsiveness, and flexibility. This is especially true for the latest space application development aimed at Low Earth Orbit (LEO). Operators in LEO typically deploy fleets of satellites to perform applications from ship and asset tracking to weather, environment, and ecosystem monitoring. However, developing applications for space brings challenges ...

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Secure, Synchronized, Low Power ORAN Deployment is Reshaping the 5G Paradigm

Secure, Synchronized, Low Power ORAN Deployment is Reshaping the 5G Paradigm

Posted 05/31/2022 by Mamta Gupta

At two of the most important connectivity conferences in the world this year, Mobile World Congress 2022 and ETSI (the European Telecommunications Standards Institute) Cyber Security Standards Conference, one topic was top-of-mind for everyone in attendance: open radio access networks, or ORAN. Projected to become a $22 billion market by 2028, this year is an inflection point for the industry, with outlets like Forbes citing 2022 as the decision-making year for ORAN capabilities in the marketpla...

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Addressing Design Complexity in System Control Architecture

Addressing Design Complexity in System Control Architecture

Posted 05/31/2022 by Peiju Chiang

The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted industries and economies across the globe, pushing a large portion of formerly office-based workforces into remote-work setups. A large segment of the workforce becoming decentralized put immense pressure on servers, datacenters, networks, and communication systems, at large. In America, for example, 71% of workers doing their jobs from home all or most of the time put a strain on connectivity and created a more reliance on services in the cloud, as well as 5G and...

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