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Lattice announces new LatticeECP4 low-cost, low-power FPGAs

11/28/2011 06:29 PM EST
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re: Lattice announces new LatticeECP4 low-cost, low-power FPGAs
lb_edc   12/1/2011 8:26:31 AM
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Looks like Lattice continues in the mid segment, as they are combining features from their SC range (MACO) into the ECP range of FPGA's. A bit unfortunate that the smallest device doesn't have the TSMAC. I hope the silicon tapes out without to much bugs, especially the interface between SerDes PCS and MACO could be a bottleneck

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