Lattice Semi Expands To Mid-Range FPGAs With Avant Line

Dec. 06, 2022 9:30 AM ETLattice Semiconductor Corporation (LSCC)
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  • Lattice Semiconductor recently launched a new mid-range line of FPGAs dubbed Avant. These new semiconductor chips offer a 5x improvement in capacity, 10x increase in bandwidth, and 30x jump in performance versus its previous line of tiny, low-power FPGAs called Nexus.
  • With the debut of this line, Lattice Semi is significantly growing its potential market and morphing itself into a more complete FPGA provider.
  • Importantly, the new Avant chips work with all the company’s existing software, making the transition process easy for existing customers and allowing them to leverage their software development work.

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