Lattice Semiconductor Corporation designs, develops and markets programmable logic products and related software. The company also provides design services, customer training, field engineering and technical support. Lattice Products The company actively participates in the field programmable gate arrays (FPGA), programmable logic devices (PLD) and the mixed signal PLD markets. LatticeXP2 The non-volatile LatticeXP2 family embeds a Flash memory block on-chip to store the configuration information. The LatticeXP2 family is manufactured using embedded Flash processes co-developed with its foundry partner, Fujitsu Limited (Fujitsu). The use of embedded Flash for the non-volatile memory enables the Lattice XP2 family to be re-programmable. LatticeECP Family The LatticeECP family is designed for customers who need low-density FPGAs that provide digital signal processing (DSP) capabilities, a significant amount of memory and serial communications channels. The LatticeECP2M and LatticeECP3 families are able to serve this low density market due to careful circuit design choices aimed at achieving lower cost and architectural enhancements that reduce power consumption. Introduced in 2009, the fourth generation LatticeECP3 family is particularly suited for deployment in wireless infrastructure and wireline access equipment, as well as video and imaging applications. All generations of the LatticeECP family are manufactured using its foundry partner Fujitsu's advanced process technologies. MachXO2 Family The MachXO2 family of versatile non-volatile reconfigurable FPGAs are designed for applications traditionally implemented using complex programmable logic devices (CPLD) or low-capacity FPGAs. Introduced in 2010, its MachXO2 family is built on a low power 65nm process featuring embedded Flash technology. The MachXO2 family delivers a 3X increase in logic density, a 10X increase in embedded memory and approximately a 100X reduction in static power relative to the MachXO family. MachXO3 Family The MachXO3 family is an instant on, multi time programmable FPGA architecture designed primarily for applications traditionally implemented by fixed silicon or low-capacity FPGAs in markets such as computing, communications, and industrial. MachXO3 products are targeted for a range of applications that require general purpose I/O expansion, interface bridging and hardware acceleration. Announced in 2013, its MachXO3 family is designed for low power 65nm or 40nm process technologies. The MachXO3 family utilizes wafer level chip scale packaging (WLCSP) and flip chip BGA packaging to provide extremely small form factors for customers. In addition, several popular functions are hardened in the MachXO3 devices, providing a menu of predefined features. Designed for a range of ultra-low density applications, the MachXO3 and MachXO2 families are used in various end markets, including: consumer, communications, computing, industrial, scientific and medical. Lattice iCE40 The iCE40 family of products are designed to meet the shrinking power budgets and space constrained environments of consumer handheld products. The iCE40 family of products represents the smallest FPGA. This is enabled through advanced WLCSP combined with application specific integrated IP and 40nm low power fabric. Power Manager, ispClock and Platform Manager Programmable Mixed Signal Devices The company’s Power Manager and ispClock families feature a combination of programmable logic and programmable analog circuitry that allows system designers to reduce system cost and design time by integrating various power or clock management functions within a single integrated circuit. The Platform Manager family is the company's third-generation programmable mixed-signal device family. Software Development Tools and Intellectual Property Cores The company’s programmable logic products are supported by design and development suites with each one targeted at the specific needs of the user. The company’s iCE40 products are supported by its iCEcube2 design and development suite. Certain other products are supported by ispLEVER Classic. The company’s mixed signal products are supported by PAC-Designer software. The company’s IP core program (LatticeCORE) assists its customers' design activities by providing pre-tested, reusable functions that can be easily used; allowing its customers to focus on their unique system architectures. Research and development The company’s research and development expenses included $81.0 million in 2013. Sales and Marketing The company sells its products to end customers both directly through its wholly-owned subsidiary Lattice SG Pte. Ltd. and through a network of independent manufacturers' representatives. Additionally, the company sells indirectly through independent sell-in and sell-through distributors. The company’s only sell-in distributors are in Japan. The company has established foreign sales channels in approximately 50 foreign countries and maintains a network of 16 international sales representatives. A substantial portion of its sales are made through distributors. Customers The company’s end customers are primarily original equipment manufacturers in the communications, computing, consumer, industrial, scientific and medical end markets. Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. accounted for 22% of total revenue in 2013. Seasonality Sales of its products are often higher during its quarters two and three, but lower during its other quarters. History Lattice Semiconductor Corporation was founded in 1983. The company was incorporated in Oregon in 1983 and reincorporated in Delaware in 1985.
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