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Lattice Semiconductor  Profile

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Lattice Semiconductor  Company Overview

Founded in Oregon in 1983, Lattice Semiconductor Corporation designs, develops and markets high performance programmable logic products and related software. Programmable logic products are widely-used semiconductor components that can be configured by end customers as specific logic circuits, and thus enable shorter design cycle times and reduced development costs. Our end customers are primarily original equipment manufacturers in the communications, computing, industrial, automotive, medical, consumer and military end markets.

Lattice Semiconductor  Products

The types of products manufactured by Lattice Semiconductor include Programmable Logic Devices (PLD), Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA), Field Programmable System Chips (FPSC), Crossover Programmable Logic Devices (CPLD), In-System Programmable Logic Devices (SPLD), In-System Programmable Clocks (ispClock), Power Manager: Sequencing, Monitoring, Trimming & Measurement ICs, and Digital Interconnect Devices.

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