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Lattice thinks it has low-power FPGA market cornered

The marketplace for the semiconductors used in IoT applications is as turbulent as ever, and Lattice is striking out towards the network edge in the AI realm, with its low-power FPGAs, looking to complement its cloud and communications offerings. The move seems wise, given the time that its FPGA brethren are having in the data center, and we spoke to Lattice’s Deepak Boppana, Senior Director, Segment and Solutions Marketing, about the current environment. We asked Boppana about the state of the FPGA market for AI applications, which he sees as split into two camps – the cloud, and the edge. Lattice is more focused on the edge devices, whereas Xilinx and Intel’s Altera are currently trying to fend off the…

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