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Lattice FPGAs Power Award-Winning Hyperloop & Motor Design

Lattice FPGAs Power Award-Winning Hyperloop & Motor Design

Posted 01/09/2023 by David Thomas, Roger Barton, and Hanno Hiss

As the low power programmable leader, sustainability is a core guiding principle for product innovation at Lattice. Over the past few years, we’ve proudly partnered with Swissloop to support their Hyperloop research. It has been another year of milestones for the student organization. Read on for an update on the team’s 2022 program and award-winning work from Swissloop leaders, Roger Barton, and Hanno Hiss. The Swissloop team Swissloop is a student organization at ETH Züric...

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Functional Safety in the Evolving Automotive Market

Functional Safety in the Evolving Automotive Market

Posted 11/03/2022 by Christian Mueller & Mark Hoopes, Lattice Semiconductor

Functional safety (FuSa) ensures systems or pieces of equipment are operating correctly in response to inputs or failure, and is a crucial part of the overall safety of a system. Originally developed for the Industrial market before being adopted into other markets, FuSa is now critical to automotive applications and is gaining even more importance as more technological advancements are added to vehicles. What impact has this shift had on the evolving Automotive market? We sat down with Functio...

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Implementing Industrial Cybersecurity Trends and Standards in FPGAs

Implementing Industrial Cybersecurity Trends and Standards in FPGAs

Posted 12/20/2021 by Eric Sivertson

Our latest Lattice Security Seminar focused on cybersecurity implementations and topics in Industrial settings, titled “Industrial Cyber Security Trends and Standards in FPGAs”. We were joined by our wonderful partners Perseus Information Security Consulting and Dekra Labs. If you missed the live event, you can watch a recording of the seminar here, or read on to explore some of the highlights. The “Industry 4.0” era represents the merger between the IT and the OT worlds...

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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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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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Lattice Partners with Defense Customers to Ensure Mission Critical Longevity

Lattice Partners with Defense Customers to Ensure Mission Critical Longevity

Posted 06/15/2021 by Luke Miller, Vice President, Aerospace & Defense Business Development

Lattice is committed to helping our customers in the defense market to ensure they have the support they need to keep legacy defense systems available after components are discontinued.

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Introducing the Lattice Automate Solution Stack

Introducing the Lattice Automate Solution Stack

Posted 05/11/2021 by Mark Hoopes

The Lattice Automate solution stack includes everything embedded systems designers require for accelerating industrial automation applications.

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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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Detect, Protect, and Recover with Mach-NX Secure Control FPGAs

Detect, Protect, and Recover with Mach-NX Secure Control FPGAs

Posted 12/08/2020 by PJ Chiang

Lattice Mach-NX secure control FPGAs help datacenters and servers protect, detect, and recover from attacks against system firmware.

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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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