Mobile World Congress 2012: Lattice to demonstrate mobile FPGA platforms

By Telecom Lead Team: Lattice Semiconductor will
demonstrate its mobileFPGA platforms including the new iCE40 and MachXO2 FPGAs
and ispMACH 4000ZE CPLDs at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.

The company will demonstrate more than 20 mobile products
enabled by Lattice mobileFPGA. Products incorporating Lattice mobileFPGA
devices include: smart phones, tablets, e-readers, digital cameras and personal
navigation devices.

The company will also give demonstrations including a
video camera-to-LVDS display bridge that supports 1366 x 768 pixels and 525
Mb/s transfer rates in a low cost mobileFPGA device.

“Over the last two years Lattice has demonstrated
the need for and viability of mobileFPGA devices. Mobile World Congress
represents a great opportunity for us to further engage the ecosystem by
demonstrating how to enable rapid innovation at a low cost,” said Gordon Hands,
director of marketing at Lattice Semiconductor.

Lattice programmable devices enable customers to easily
differentiate products while dramatically decreasing time to market for mobile
devices where extended battery life and portability are required.

The company added that its extensive library of more than
40 IP cores, including multiple memory controller, display, connectivity, and
sensor management IP cores, together with development kits, reference designs,
and development tools, help designers decrease development time, supporting
instant innovation.

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