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Infinite possibilities at the Edge – AI-enabled smart toys powered by low power FPGAs and AI solution stack

Infinite possibilities at the Edge – AI-enabled smart toys powered by low power FPGAs and AI solution stack

Posted 04/12/2022 by Hussein Osman

The global smart toy market is projected to grow to nearly $70 billion by 2026, per Transparency Market Research. Smart toys take a variety of shapes, like electronic pets, robots, smart train kits, and more. When you hear the word toy, you likely automatically think these are for kids, however some are developed specifically targeting older generations. The current senior toy marketplace contains products that range in utility from providing companionship to increasing cognitive skills to facil...

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Lattice sensAI Stack Enables Next Generation Edge AI Experiences

Posted 11/10/2021 by Hussein Osman

The AI/ML revolution continues to gain traction across multiple applications, particularly Edge applications. Edge devices like security cameras, robots, industrial equipment, Client PCs, and even toys can now support AI/ML capabilities that provide users with new capabilities and experiences. According to industry analyst firm ABI Research, the Edge AI chipset market “has experienced strong growth in the past and is expected to continue to grow to US$71 billion by 2024, with a CAGR of 31%...

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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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Dealing with Rising Performance Demands at the Edge

Dealing with Rising Performance Demands at the Edge

Posted 08/29/2019 by Hussein Osman

If you’re looking at ways to implement Edge AI, be sure to read about the use cases for the Lattice sensAI solution stack for always-on Edge devices covered at the end of our white paper.

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Embedded World 2019

At Embedded World 2019, Lattice Brings AI to the Edge

Posted 03/07/2019 by Dirk Seidel

Last week at Embedded World, the Nürnberg Exhibition Center was abuzz with conversations about today’s hottest tech topic, artificial intelligence (AI), as embedded engineers prowled the show floor looking for ways to quickly and easily add AI support to future products. Lucky for them, Lattice Semiconductor had the solutions they were looking for.

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CES 2018: Enter the Era of Intelligent Edge Devices

Posted 01/23/2018 by Elena Champion

Were you impressed by the products and technologies showcased at CES 2018? This year’s event promised to “WHOA” attendees with new gadgets from industry giants and startups alike. From the slightly odd to the “where have you been all of my life” devices, this year’s CES focused on infusing intelligence into as many aspects of our lives as possible.

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The Life of an Extraordinary Lattice Employee

The Life of an Extraordinary Lattice Employee

Posted 01/08/2018 by Ryan Short

On December 21, 1983, a young engineer with a long mullet and bell-bottoms flew to Portland, Oregon to join a start-up, Lattice Semiconductor, as employee #31. He left a steady job at Harris Corp. in Melbourne, Florida to go where he thought he could have the most significant impact. Lattice was a using an EEPROM technology that he had an idea for.

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The Evolution of Computing

The Evolution of Computing

Posted 12/19/2017 by Darin Billerbeck, President and CEO, Lattice Semiconductor

The first “computer” I ever owned was a slide rule. By today’s standards you could say my pencil served as my terminal and the slide rule was my computing agent. People laugh about it now, but my trusty slide rule served its purpose. In the business world, server-based computing was all the rage. Those early systems represented some of the first centralized computing architectures.

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