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FPGA Platform from Lattice Semi Sets a New Standard for Efficiency

embedded-computing.com, Dec. 19, 2019 – 

According to Lattice Semiconductor, the company introduced Nexus Platform, the industry's first 28 fully-depleted silicon-on-insulator (FD-SOI) FPGA platform. Along with the CrossLink-NX FPGA, which is built on that Nexus platform, developers have a solution for low-power applications. These applications involve embedded vision and AI, particularly those in the industrial space. Some of the noted architectural features include optimized DSP blocks and higher on-chip memory capacity, which result in power-efficient computing, such as AI inferencing algorithms.

A key feature of the FPGA architecture is the fast configuration for instant-on type applications. I/O configures in 3 ms and device configuration can be as fast as 8 ms. Nexus is developed on high-volume 28-nm FD-SOI process technology developed by Samsung. This technology features 50% lower transistor leakage compared to products based on bulk CMOS. For easier and quicker integration, Lattice is providing system-level solutions that combine design software and pre-engineered soft IP blocks with evaluation boards, kits, and reference designs. These solutions are aimed at areas like sensor bridging, aggregation, and image processing.

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