Lattice Semiconductor Corporation (NASDAQ: LSCC), the low power programmable leader, today announced its new Community Sourced Development Board webpage to highlight the many open source hardware development boards and reference designs developed by innovators in the open source community that use Lattice’s low power, small form factor, highly-reliable FPGAs.
“The open source community is a great resource for problem solving and innovation among developers in the electronics industry,” said Gordon Hands, Director of Product Marketing, Lattice Semiconductor. “We thank open source developers for their interest in exploring the possibilities of our low power Lattice FPGAs and for sharing their creative thinking with the broader community. We continue to be amazed and excited by the breadth and depth of the community’s creativity.”
To see the list of community sourced boards on the Lattice website, or to submit a new open source project that you would like to be considered for posting to the Lattice Community Sourced webpage, please visit: https://www.latticesemi.com/en/Solutions/Solutions/SolutionsDetails01/CommunitySourced.
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