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Lattice to showcase FPGA-based security and surveillance solutions

11/7/2012 05:02 PM EST
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William Miller   6/18/2013 10:48:50 AM
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Lattice has recently introduced three new classes of LatticeECP3 devices - Low Power, High Speed, and Mini FPGAs. The new devices allow designers to build emerging class of compact products capable of processing high-speed Video and Internet data. They bring high-end innovations such as configurable SERDES, cascadable DSP slices, high-speed DDR3 memory, and programmable fabric for designing portable professional and consumer products.

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Chee Choy   12/21/2012 12:42:59 AM
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