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re: Lattice to demo new products and technologies at Embedded World
compute_manu   2/15/2011 1:45:21 AM
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How much is this different from the Cypress PSoC ? Seems like a similar platform. Any comparisons between the two ?

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re: Lattice to demo new products and technologies at Embedded World
Max The Magnificent   2/14/2011 3:27:44 PM
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Lattice seems to be going from strength-to-strength at the moment -- they've built up momentum and are coming out with all sorts of interesting things -- good luck to them, the programmable logic industry needs as much competition as it can get to keep us all on our toes :-)



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