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Bolstering AI PC Innovation with FPGA Edge Accelerators

Bolstering AI PC Innovation with FPGA Edge Accelerators

Posted 03/14/2024 by Hussein Osman, Segment Marketing Director

Artificial intelligence (AI) is making its way onto a multitude of applications at a rapid pace. Seventy-three percent of U.S. companies use AI in some aspect of their business and almost a quarter (22 percent) of technology companies are aggressively pursuing integration of AI across a wide variety of devices. As AI continues to permeate modern technology, tailoring on-device AI to meet specific use cases and device requirements becomes imperative as the need for real-time processing, analysis,...

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Solving Challenges in the Mid-Range FPGA Market

Solving Challenges in the Mid-Range FPGA Market

Posted 02/10/2023 by Gordon Hands, Sr. Director of Product Marketing

In today’s highly competitive technology industry, being first to market can mean the difference between success or failure. However, getting to market fast comes with its challenges, particularly when it comes to system and application design. With the increasing proliferation of AI, Edge computing, cybersecurity threats, and automation, now more than ever, designers need the freedom to tweak and fine-tune their design’s throughout its development cycle. The components system archi...

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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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Accelerating Innovation in Low Power AI Applications with Lattice FPGAs

Accelerating Innovation in Low Power AI Applications with Lattice FPGAs

Posted 08/03/2022 by Hussein Osman, Segment Marketing Director, Lattice Semiconductor

On-device AI inference capability is expected to reach 60% of all devices by 2024, according to ABI Research. This underscores the rapid speed of AI innovation to take place in the last few years that has required engineers to come up with flexible design models as they transition from the cloud to the edge. The trend is driven by advances in ultra-low latency, security, bandwidth limitations, and privacy. Lattice FPGAs and software solutions help enable acceleration of future models with exist...

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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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Key Tech Trends to watch in 2022

Key Tech Trends to watch in 2022

Posted 01/24/2022 by Bob O’Donnell, President and chief analyst, Technalysis Research

With the new year upon us and CES® 2022 now complete, many people are wondering what important tech trends we can expect to see bubble up this year. On one hand, it’s fairly easy to predict that a number of the big developments that first popped up over the last few years—things like 5G, AI, cloud computing, and more—will continue to grow in importance and influence this year. At the same time, there are several relatively new areas that I think are going to get a lot of at...

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