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Lattice, Future Electronics to Give Virtual Tech Sessions

Lattice Semiconductor and Future Electronics have partnered to deliver a series of virtual technology sessions led by Future Intelligent Solutions.

AIEach session will feature one or more of Lattice’s award-winning low-power FPGAs and comprehensive solutions stacks for the growing communications, computing, industrial, automotive, and consumer markets.

“Future’s industrial automation, smart city, and automotive customers are very interested in technologies such as embedded vision, object detection, and facial recognition in their products. They want to better understand how to implement them quickly, easily, and within their power budget,” said Richard Interrante, Director of Future Intelligent Solutions, Future Electronics. “Our virtual technology sessions are providing them with practical application examples highlighting how Lattice’s low-power FPGAs and comprehensive solution stacks enable today’s trending technologies and deliver best-in-class performance and power consumption.”

“Developing low-power solutions for applications like AI, smart vision, and system security require a mix of experience and knowledge, including familiarity with machine learning algorithms and firmware security protocols, low power optimization techniques, and hardware/software co-design,” said Erhaan Shaikh, Vice President of Sales, Worldwide Channel at Lattice. “We’re excited to work with Future Electronics to help educate more designers about the fast time-to-market and low power performance capabilities our solution stacks and FPGAs deliver.”

Lattice solution stacks featured in the sessions will include the Lattice sensAI stack for a wide range of AI applications, the Lattice mVision stack for smart vision, and the Lattice Sentry solution stack for security system control.

Featured Lattice FPGAs will include those based on the revolutionary Lattice Nexus platform: Lattice CrossLink-NX FPGAs for vision processing, Lattice Certus-NX general-purpose FPGAs, and Lattice Mach-NX FPGAs for security system control.

The sessions will be led by Future Intelligent Solutions: a team of highly-skilled regional field engineering specialists that provide localized customer support and expertise on the latest application trends and the electronic components and software that enable them.

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