Lattice CrossLink Solution - Industry’s First Programmable Bridging Device for Mobile Image Sensors and Displays
Lattice Semiconductor Corporation, a worldwide leader in customizable smart connectivity solutions, offers the industry's first programmable interface bridging device for mobile image sensors and displays — the new Lattice CrossLink™.
WPG Americas Inc., a subsidiary of WPG Holdings, the largest global electronic components distributor, announced today a new partnership with Lattice Semiconductor Corporation, a leading provider of customizable smart connectivity solutions.
The year may be half over, but there is still plenty of time left for innovation and new technologies, especially with something as hot as the Internet of Things. Take a look at these top 5 IoT predictions for 2017!
The waves of IoT-enabled devices, applications, and automation is triggering the dawn of a new era — the Internet of Everything — the next level in connected technology.
Micron Technology, a worldwide leader in memory and storage solutions, recently announced the launch of Xccela Flash, adding it to its broad portfolio of high-performance memory technologies including DRAM, NAND, and NOR Flash.
Like it has been over the past couple of years, innovations in IoT applications including smart homes, and offices, appliances, utility meters, and smart factories will continue to dominate the technology landscape in 2017.
The need of the hour for IoT is a flash product that goes past the existing benchmark of typical consumer gear, leveraging design flexibility in extremely challenging environments. Understandably, a lot varies on the application of memory.
Without knowing it, you probably utilize Micron memory in the things you use every day. The Internet of Things (IoT) and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) are delivering greater efficiency, productivity, safety and comfort to aspects of our lives.
The Internet of Things is probably the most dynamic force to reshape the automotive industry in decades, driving impressive opportunities for connectivity, as well as compelling challenges to store, process and handle the massive data streams it creates.
Be it a home, an office, or a hotel, connected lighting technologies are expected to command a whole lot of possibilities like personalized ambiance and freedom of positioning while saving time, money, and hectic installation efforts.