Lattice Semiconductor will host a private meeting suite at the Consumer Electronics Show January 8-11 in Las Vegas. At CES, Lattice will demonstrate several new FPGA-based design solutions for consumer and mobile devices. According to Lattice, the company is enabling continuous mobile innovation with the lowest power, smallest form factor FPGAs available for mobile and consumer product design. Lattice will be in suite 2980 in the East Tower, Las Vegas Hotel.
Lattice Semiconductor has adopted the MIPI Battery Interface (BIF) standard within the iCE40 mobileFPGA family of products. As an industry-created and adopted standard, the MIPI BIF single-wire specification accelerates the design and use of smart batteries in mobile devices. Lattice Semiconductor is engaged with key customers on the MIPI BIF standard. They plan to make support broadly available through its IP suite during the first half of this year. The MIPI BIF solutions will be free of charge to customers with high-volume mobile applications.
Lattice Semiconductor is supporting the MIPI Battery Interface (BIF) standard within the iCE40 mobileFPGA family of products. The MIPI BIF single-wire specification is an industry-created and adopted standard. It accelerates the design and use of smart batteries in mobile devices. Lattice Semiconductor is a participating member of the MIPI BIF committee.