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Lattice offers free "@MachX02 Speed" seminars

6/13/2012 04:51 PM EDT
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re: Lattice offers free "@MachX02 Speed" seminars
DrFPGA   6/14/2012 8:16:00 PM
MachXO2 devices are a great fit for the broad range of applications served by distributors like Nu Horizons. The big FPGA companies continue to build large, expensive parts for their comms customers and are forgetting about the other (lower capacity, cost sensitive) segments of the market. This class is a great opportunity to learn more about these useful devices in key applications like MCU peripheral expansion.

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