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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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How Applications Determine AI Development

How Applications Determine AI Development

Posted 05/09/2022 by Hussein Osman

The importance of AI and ML, the rise of edge computing, and the need for flexible programming in AI. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is one of the biggest buzzwords in the technology industry today and is often thought of in broad terms to describe connected “smart” technology. However, when you think about all the different features enabled by AI and the outcomes AI solutions are designed to deliver, it becomes clear that the AI landscape and AI development is incredibly complex. The ...

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Lattice Expands Capabilities of mVision and Sentry Solutions Stacks

Lattice Expands Capabilities of mVision and Sentry Solutions Stacks

Posted 03/01/2021 by Mark Hoopes and Eric Sivertson

Lattice has released new versions of the Lattice mVision and Sentry solutions stacks with new capabilities to help developers quickly and easily implement embedded vision and firmware security applications.

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Consumer News from Lattice

Latest Consumer News from Lattice

Posted 05/13/2020 by Lattice Semiconductor

Read the latest consumer news from Lattice: CrossLink reference designs boost design options, CrossLink-NX: unmatched design versatility, Lattice mVision Solutions Stack accelerates embedded vision development.

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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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Embedded World 2019

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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Q2 2019 Industrial and Automotive Newsletter

Latest Industrial/ Automotive News from Lattice

Posted 01/28/2020 by Lattice Semiconductor

Read the latest industrial and automotive news from Lattice: CrossLink-NX FPGA brings benefits to Lattice Nexus Platform, Radiant 2.0 adds key enhancement.

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An FPGA Primer, Bob O'Donnell

An FPGA Primer

Posted 01/10/2020 by Bob O’Donnell

One of the truisms of modern business is that as industries mature, they tend to specialize. Customer demands typically become more sophisticated over time and that leads to products optimized to meet those specific needs.

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Lattice Nexus Platform

Introducing the Lattice Nexus Platform

Posted 12/10/2019 by Gordon Hands

As the leader in low power programmability, Lattice has set the standard for what low power, small form factor FPGAs can do in terms of performance and power consumption. We earned and maintained that position through a culture committed to customer support and consultation. For example, before we began active development of the Lattice Nexus platform, we met over 100 different customer design teams to get their input on the

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CrossLink-NX Blog

Lattice CrossLink-NX FPGAs: Enabling Embedded Vision and AI to the Edge

Posted 12/10/2019 by PJ Chiang

There is growing interest among embedded vision developers in adding AI/ML technology to their designs to give them the intelligence needed to run applications like object counting or presence detection. However, supporting AI/ML in embedded vision applications can be challenging, particularly as embedded vision applications trend towards increasing complexity.

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