Lattice Semiconductor Corporation (NASDAQ: LSCC), the low power programmable leader, today announced an upcoming webinar on how a RISC-V embedded system can be implemented on small form factor, low-power Lattice FPGAs to help keep power consumption low and avoid data bottlenecks. Led by the Lattice Education Competence Center (LEC2), the webinar will specifically focus on using the Lattice Propel™ design environment to quickly and easily build, compile, analyze, and debug a hardware/software co-processing solution.
What: Implementing a Low Power, FPGA-based Embedded System with the Lattice Propel Design Environment and RISC-V
When: Monday, March 29, 2021 at 9:00 am PDT /12:00 pm EDT / 18:00 CET
LEC2 provides Lattice’s customers and partners with the hands-on product training and application design expertise needed to get Lattice-based solutions to market quickly and easily. Focused solely on low-power Lattice FPGAs and award-winning solutions stacks, the LEC2 helps customers design and implement solutions for the industrial, automotive, communications, and computing markets.
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