25 February 2011


Lattice Semiconductor is exhibiting at the Embedded System Conference held in Nuremberg.

The company will be featuring a number of newly introduced products along with their low cost, low power third generation ECP3 FPGAs.

There will also be demonstrations of these products in development environments and Lattice technical experts will be available to answer questions.

LatticeECP3 is the third generation mid-range FPGA from Lattice Semiconductor, which offers the industry's lowest power consumption and price of any SERDES-capable FPGA device. It offers multi-protocol 3.2G SERDES with XAUI jitter compliance, DDR3 memory interfaces, powerful DSP capabilities, high density on-chip memory and up to 149K LUTS; all with half the power consumption and half the price of other SERDES-capable FPGAs.

The ECP3 will be demonstrated using a PCI Express Development Kit which is a complete hardware/software development environment to help accelerate the evaluation of PCI Express technology, get to a known good starting point for a design, and then easily transition to design exploration. There will also be a demonstration of how the ECP3 can be used to implement a high-definition interface for video surveillance systems.

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