Held every two years, Electronica – one of the largest and most anticipated trade shows in the industry – attracts thousands of companies and tens of thousands of attendees, including over 700 journalists from 34 countries.
Now, Electronica 2010 –– is racing toward us. This year it will be held from November 9 through November 12 in Munich, Germany, and the folks at Lattice Semiconductor intend to blow our socks off with their latest and greatest FPGA offerings.
The folks from Lattice will be in Hall A4, Stand (Booth) 571, with plans to exhibit, display and demonstrate their complete product portfolio of products that can reduce bill-of-materials (BOM) costs over 50%, drive down power consumption by an order of magnitude, and slash weeks off design cycles. Products featured will include the LatticeECP3 FPGA family and a number of other products, including the recently released Platform Manager devices (see also my blog, How exciting – a new mixed-signal programmable device family).
The guys and gals at Lattice say that they will also have on display development kits and evaluation boards that cover a broad range of products and applications, including PCI Express; power management; ispMACH 4000 CPLDs, the LatticeXP2 non-volatile FPGA family; display control, graphics and video applications, and more.
Also available at the Lattice booth will be the just-published book, Power 2 You – a comprehensive guide to power management applications and design solutions.
Quick – to the show!