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FPGA Innovation at the Edge: Opening the New Data Path with Lattice Avant-E FPGAs

FPGA Innovation at the Edge: Opening the New Data Path with Lattice Avant-E FPGAs

Posted 12/05/2022 by Hussein Osman, Segment Marketing Director, Lattice Semiconductor

It’s no secret that Edge computing continues to experience rapid growth as enterprises seek lower latency, and more secure and private processing than centralized cloud datacenters can provide. Billions of Edge compute devices are being deployed in the market, and they’re only getting more advanced with time. Advancements in machine learning and deep neural networks have helped pave the way for this trend, enabling more intelligence to be processed at faster speeds than ever before....

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Lattice Avant FPGA

Infusing the FPGA market with our new, power efficient mid-range FPGA platform – Lattice Avant

Posted 12/05/2022 by Gordon Hands, Senior Director of Product Marketing, Lattice Semiconductor

“Enormous amounts of data are being generated every day by billions of connected sensors, devices, and systems supported by AI algorithms, creating an accelerated need for intelligence at the Edge. This trend requires developers and OEMs to look for more flexible and adaptable solutions.” Pat Moorhead, CEO and Chief Analyst at Moor Insights & Strategy Companies today are challenged by a fast-evolving technology landscape, a seemingly insatiable hunger for more connectedness a...

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Q4 LinkedIn Live Blog

New Space Applications & System Requirements

Posted 11/29/2022 by Jim Tavacoli, Sr. Director of Aerospace & Defense, Lattice Semiconductor

New innovation and advanced technological capabilities have recently reenergized public interest in space exploration. We’ve seen a big leap forward in the knowledge of what exists and what we’ve yet to discover thanks to the continued advancement of both governmental and commercial space ventures. Emerging applications such as communication infrastructure in an industry that has historically relied on mature technologies is causing the industry to take a new, faster approach to syst...

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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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Paving the Way for Future Datacenter Performance with Security and Power Efficiency

Paving the Way for Future Datacenter Performance with Security and Power Efficiency

Posted 10/19/2022 by Nilesh Narayan, Product Marketing Manager, Lattice Semiconductor

As public cloud servers and edge computing systems proliferate throughout the datacenter landscape, the importance of security, power efficiency, and overall system performance grows. The rise of IoT and 5G connections demand immense processing capabilities and add pressure to servers like never before. And with quantum computing shaping up to come online by the end of the decade, system designers find themselves tasked with keeping up with these demands as securely and efficiently as possible. ...

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Addressing the Evolving Security Needs of 5G Networks and ORAN with FPGAs

Addressing the Evolving Security Needs of 5G Networks and ORAN with FPGAs

Posted 09/30/2022 by Mamta Gupta, Director of Security & Comms Segment Marketing, Lattice Semiconductor

Ahead of National Cybersecurity Awareness month in October, Lattice held its latest security seminar focusing on the evolving security landscape of 5G networks and ORAN. If you missed the live event, you can watch a recording of the “Reimagining Telecom Security Solutions for 5G Networks & ORAN with FPGAs” seminar here, or read on to explore some of the highlights. Centralized network security models of the past are becoming increasingly vulnerable as the rollout of 5G and ORAN c...

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FPGAs Helping Cars Get Smarter

FPGAs Helping Cars Get Smarter

Posted 08/30/2022 by Bob O’Donnell, President and chief analyst, TECHnalysis Research

One of the many interesting things we all learned during the pandemic is that supply chains can cause problems for lots of people. Automotive industry supply chains in particular are, well, really complicated. Even general consumers started to learn how important semiconductors are to the production of today’s increasingly intelligent cars and how, if chips are in short supply, vehicles can’t get produced. What they probably didn’t quite get to is what a critical role FPGAs pla...

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Accelerating the Next Wave of Automotive Applications

Accelerating the Next Wave of Automotive Applications

Posted 08/23/2022 by Christian Mueller

With the increasing mandates for and adoption of hybrid and electric vehicles (EV), the demand for automotive applications development from power management maximizing battery life, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), and human-machine interfaces (HMIs) for infotainment systems that support technologies like voice control and gesture recognition features are growing significantly. Car manufacturers are exploring the use of in-cabin vision systems and AI for a variety of use cases. Some e...

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FPGA for Edge AI

How FPGAs Enable AI and ML in PCs

Posted 08/18/2022 by Matt Dobrodziej, Vice President of Segment Marketing and Business Development, Lattice Semiconductor

Every year, PC manufacturers introduce an array of new laptops packed with the latest technologies and features, all designed to deliver great user experiences. Historically, these came in the form of form factor innovations, screen enhancements, and user interface improvements. However, the growing popularity of AI (artificial intelligence) and ML (machine learning) has opened a new world of possibilities and PC manufacturers and ecosystem giants are all looking for ways to add these advance ne...

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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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