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All members of Lattice’s MachX02 “Do-It-All” PLD family now in production

12/14/2011 04:08 PM EST
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re: All members of Lattice’s MachX02 “Do-It-All” PLD family now in production
jg_   12/20/2011 8:47:13 PM
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I guess someone 'just forgot' to tell Lattice OnLine store ? ["Sorry: No part numbers found containing "LCMXO2-256"] Other distis ? ["Unable to get lead time"]

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re: All members of Lattice’s MachX02 “Do-It-All” PLD family now in production
brianlk   12/16/2011 5:09:25 PM
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The XO2 devices are in production now and are available for purchase now. If you don't see them listed with your local distributor, contact sales@latticesemi.com

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re: All members of Lattice’s MachX02 “Do-It-All” PLD family now in production
jg_   12/14/2011 9:37:00 PM
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Remember when "now in production" meant you could actually BUY something ? Now, it has morphed to mean some internal company marketing flag-fall, and we can only guess when in 2012 these will actually become real devices, on a shelf.

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