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|Lattice Will Showcase Embedded Design Solutions, Debut New 90nm FPGA and IP Core at the Embedded Systems Conference Boston|
HILLSBORO, OR - Lattice Semiconductor (NASDAQ: LSCC) announced that it will demonstrate embedded design solutions, including a low cost PCI Express solution, at the Embedded Systems Conference Boston, September 26-27, in Booth 715 at Hynes Auditorium. Lattice also will debut a new FPGA family and an embedded IP core. Mixed signal devices for clock and power management, particularly well suited for embedded applications, also will be featured, as well as the Lattice ispLEVER® software design tool suite.
“Lattice will showcase what we believe to be the most comprehensive and technologically differentiated embedded system design solutions in the industry, including our new 90nm FPGA devices and our unique SRAM + Flash non-volatile FPGAs,” said Stan Kopec, corporate vice president of marketing. “These products, combined with our CPLDs, mixed-signal devices for clock and power management, an extensive IP library and robust software design tools, comprise a product portfolio that targets the needs of embedded system designers. We are looking forward to sharing and discussing our embedded design solutions, including the first public demonstrations of two new products, at the Embedded Systems Conference in Boston.”
About Lattice FPGAs and PLDs
The new 90nm LatticeECP2™ FPGAs combine an efficient FPGA fabric with dedicated high-performance DSP blocks on-chip for high-volume, low-cost applications. The new “Extreme Performance” 90nm LatticeSC™ FPGAs provide unsurpassed performance and connectivity for high-speed applications. LatticeXP™ non-volatile FPGAs combine SRAM and embedded Flash technologies to provide infinite reconfigurability and easy field upgrades. Lattice MachXO™ non-volatile crossover programmable logic devices support applications traditionally addressed by high density CPLDs or low capacity FPGAs, but with a more comprehensive and cost-effective architecture and technology.
Miércoles, 13 Septiembre, 2006 - 07:33