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Key Tech Trends to watch in 2022

Key Tech Trends to watch in 2022

Posted 01/24/2022 by Bob O’Donnell, President and chief analyst, Technalysis Research

With the new year upon us and CES® 2022 now complete, many people are wondering what important tech trends we can expect to see bubble up this year. On one hand, it’s fairly easy to predict that a number of the big developments that first popped up over the last few years—things like 5G, AI, cloud computing, and more—will continue to grow in importance and influence this year. At the same time, there are several relatively new areas that I think are going to get a lot of at...

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Memory Flexibility Key to FPGA-Based Designs

Posted 09/13/2021 by Bob O'Donnell

Combining Micron LPDDR4 memory with Lattice FPGAs can enable Edge applications with low power consumption and strong performance characteristics.

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Lattice Certus-NX FPGAs Optimized for Automotive Applications

Lattice Certus-NX FPGAs Optimized for Automotive Applications

Posted 08/25/2021 by Juju Joyce

Lattice Certus-NX general purpose FPGA family now offers automotive grade versions of its FPGAs that are AEC-Q100 qualified for use in wide range of automotive applications.

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Cyber Security Trends and Standards in Automotive FPGAs

Cyber Security Trends and Standards in Automotive FPGAs

Posted 07/06/2021 by Eric Sivertson

In a virtual seminar on cyber security trends and standards in automotive FPGAs, Lattice Semiconductor highlighted how OEMs can keep Lattice FPGAs used in automotive applications secured against cyber attack as they move through the global supply chain.

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Say Hello to CertusPro-NX General Purpose FPGAs

Say Hello to CertusPro-NX General Purpose FPGAs

Posted 06/23/2021 by Juju Joyce

Lattice CertusPro-NX FPGAs outperform similar devices in data processing performance, system bandwidth, memory density, and support for small form factors.

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Sensor Fusion at the Edge: Two Perspectives

Sensor Fusion at the Edge: Two Perspectives

Posted 05/06/2021 by Mark Hoopes and JP Singh

Lattice FPGAs are ideal for sensor fusion applications because their programmable fabric can be configured to perform sensor processing algorithms in a massively parallel fashion.

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CrossLink-NX FPGAs for Automotive Embedded Vision Applications

CrossLink-NX FPGAs for Automotive Embedded Vision Applications

Posted 03/31/2021 by JP Singh

Lattice CrossLink-NX automotive FPGAs can help reduce the overall system cost of automotive smart vision systems for ADAS and in-vehicle infotainment (ICI) applications.

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Lattice FPGAs power Real-Time Radar Adapter Cards

Lattice FPGAs power Real-Time Radar Adapter Cards

Posted 10/26/2020 by Kambiz Khalilian

Lattice Semiconductor and Mistral Solutions have created a real-time data capture card compatible with Texas Instruments mmWave radar sensors.

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CrossLink-NX FPGAs Dominate in Competitive Testing

CrossLink-NX FPGAs Dominate in Competitive Testing

Posted 09/30/2020 by PJ Chiang

Lattice CrossLink-NX FPGAs deliver class-leading low power, instant-on performance, and reliability to compute, industrial, automotive, and consumer applications.

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Next-Generation MachXO3D FPGAs Make Automotive Space Secure

Next-Generation MachXO3D FPGAs Make Automotive Space Secure

Posted 09/16/2020 by JP Singh & Jay Aggarwal

Using MachXO3D FPGAs, automotive system developers can implement hardware security so a car’s electronic systems can protect, detect, and recover from unauthorized access.

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Low Power FPGAs Enabling Embedded Vision

Low Power FPGAs Enabling Embedded Vision

Posted 03/12/2020 by Bob O’Donnell

One of the most intriguing new applications of technology is giving machines the ability to see something called machine vision or embedded vision.

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mVision Debuts at Embedded World 2020

Posted 03/12/2020 by Dirk Seidel

I attended Embedded World in Nuremberg, Germany recently and wanted to share some thoughts about the trends and technologies that received the most attention at the show this year.

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Bob O’Donnell: Different Types of FPGAs

Different Types of FPGAs

Posted 02/26/2020 by Bob O’Donnell

Not all FPGAs are the same. Some FPGAs feature lightweight, low-power designs and can draw as little as one milliwatt (1/1000th of a watt).

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CrossLinkPlus: Embedded Vision at Flash Speed

CrossLinkPlus: Embedded Vision at Flash Speed

Posted 09/30/2019 by Peiju Chiang

CrossLinkPlus devices are low power FPGAs featuring integrated flash memory, a hardened MIPI D-PHY and high-speed I/Os for instant-on and flexible on-device programming capabilities, while bringing ready-to-use IPs to accelerate video bridging application development.

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Q2 2019 Industrial and Automotive Newsletter

Latest Industrial/Automotive News from Lattice

Posted 09/27/2019 by Lattice Semiconductor

Read the latest industrial and automotive news from Lattice: Enhanced sensAI stack packs 10X performance boost, Integrate AI into smart applications, CrossLink FPGA simplifies use of embedded vision, Lattice showcases sensAI at Microsoft Hackathon.

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Q2 2019 Industrial and Automotive Newsletter

Latest Automotive and Industrial News from Lattice

Posted 06/28/2019 by Lattice Semiconductor

Read the latest automotive and industrial news from Lattice: New MachXO3D FPGA brings secures entire systems with hardware root-of-trust, Crosslink bridge connects industrial displays to mobile processors, new 3D Depth Mapping demo, new Scaler IP core for ECP5, and a new version of Diamond Software v 3.11 adds support for MachXO3D.

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Technologies for A Driverless Future

Technologies for a Driverless Future

Posted 09/12/2017 by Jatinder (JP) Singh

I took my 15-year-old to her first big concert recently - Roger Waters’ Us + Them tour. If you are wondering where am I going with the blog on automotive technologies and talking about Roger Waters, stay with me for a second. She and I both loved the concert, however, as I drove to and from the concert, I struggled with the stress of congested traffic and getting in and out of the parking lot. During those high-stress moments I imagined how wonderful it would be to have an autonomous car that would pick me up and drop me off and navigate through the mess while I could relax.

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In Defense of Automotive Incremental Change

In Defense of Automotive Incremental Change

Posted 10/26/2016 by David Wang

Amara’s law states that "We tend to overestimate the effect of a technology in the short run and underestimate the effect in the long run.” This law seems particularly apt in the automotive space. In part, it’s a problem of marketing.

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Centralizing ADAS- A Look into the Automotive Nervous System

Centralizing ADAS- A Look into the Automotive Nervous System

Posted 09/13/2016 by Jatinder Singh

I grew up in India and my first car was an old white 80’s Suzuki 800 cc that belonged to my parents. It was very basic and didn’t even have a radio because my father thought it was a distraction.

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