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Lattice Highlights Flexible AI/ML Development and Launches sensAI 4.0 at Embedded Vision Summit 2021

Posted 05/25/2021 by Sreepada Hegade

Enhancements to version 4.0 of the award-winngin Lattice sensAI solution stack include support for the Lattice Propel design environment and the Lattice sensAI Studio design environment for end-to-end ML model training, validation, and compilation.

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Cyber Resiliency Solutions and Supply Chain Protections for a Post-Pandemic World

Cyber Resiliency Solutions and Supply Chain Protections for a Post-Pandemic World

Posted 04/01/2021 by Eric Sivertson

At a security seminar in March of 2021, Lattice Semiconductor addressed the concepts of cyber resiliency and protecting supply chains from cyberattack.

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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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Introducing Lattice Propel

Introducing Lattice Propel

Posted 06/04/2020 by Roger Do

The Lattice Propel design environment lets hardware and software developers quickly and easily develop Lattice FPGA-based applications in minutes.

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Latest Comms/Computing News from Lattice

Latest Comms/Computing News from Lattice

Posted 09/06/2019 by Lattice Semiconductor

Read the latest comms and computing news from Lattice: Low power wireless Heterogenous Networks development and upgrade security with Lattice’s MachXO3D FPGA.

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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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MachXO3D

MachXO3D: Enabling Hardware Security

Posted 05/20/2019 by Gordon Hands

We live in an increasingly connected world, filled with communication systems, cloud computing and Edge devices working together to increase safety, comfort and convenience. But with that connectivity comes risk. We’re all familiar with how hackers exploit vulnerabilities in software to illegitimately access systems, but hardware is also vulnerable.

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Is Your Computer Firmware Safe?

New NIST Standard Tackles Latest Attack Vector for Servers

Posted 11/07/2018 by Shyam Chandra

There is an emerging, though not widely known attack vector for hacking a server: firmware. Last month, researchers at ESET published a report on Lojax, a rootkit (firmware hacking tool) believed to have been developed by Sednit, the notorious cyberespionage group linked to Russian military intelligence.

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Form Follows Function – Selecting the Best Lattice FPGA

Form Follows Function – Selecting the Best Lattice FPGA

Posted 04/03/2018 by Gordon Hands

You may be asking yourself, “What does a nineteenth century architect have to do with FPGAs?” A key decision facing many system architects is which FPGA families to use in their next project. Lattice currently offers four classes of FPGAs: iCE, ECP, Mach and CrossLink. It is often tempting to think of FPGAs as just a blank canvas, ready to be filled with digital logic.

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Solving the Challenges around In-Field Upgrades

Solving the Challenges around In-Field Upgrades

Posted 03/01/2018 by Joel Coplen

A key benefit of programmable logic devices, such as FPGAs and CPLDs, is their programmability. These devices are typically deployed with a unique design intended to address application-specific problems. And because of these problems, many embedded systems that deploy programmable products benefit greatly from the ability to update their design and configuration after manufacturing. An upgrade feature is useful for multiple end-applications.

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