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04/25/14 - $9.19
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870.9M
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$0.29
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117.7M
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Lattice Semiconductor Corporation designs, develops, and markets programmable logic products and related software in Asia, Europe, and the Americas. It offers field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) and conventional programmable logic devices (PLDs). The company also provides various lattice products, such as LatticeXP2, which embeds a flash memory block on-chip to store the configuration information; LatticeECP family designed for customers who need low-density FPGAs that offer digital signal processing capabilities; and MachXO2 family of versatile non-volatile reconfigurable FPGAs, which are designed for applications using complex programmable logic devices or low-capacity FPGAs. In addition, it provides MachXO3 family, a multi time programmable FPGA architecture designed primarily for applications implemented by fixed silicon or low-capacity FPGAs in markets, including computing, communications, and industrial; and Lattice iCE40 designed to meet the shrinking power budgets and space constrained environments of consumer handheld products. Further, the company offers Power Manager and ispClock families that feature a combination of programmable logic and programmable analog circuitry; Platform Manager family, a mixed-signal device to support common functions, such as power management, digital housekeeping, and glue logic; and software development tools and intellectual property cores. It sells its products directly to end customers through a network of independent manufacturers’ representatives, as well as indirectly through a network of independent sell-in and sell-through distributors. The company primarily serves original equipment manufacturers in the communications, consumer, industrial, scientific and medical, and computing end markets. Lattice Semiconductor Corporation was founded in 1983 and is headquartered in Hillsboro, Oregon.

783 Employees
Last Reported Date: 03/11/14
Founded in 1983

lattice semiconductor corp (LSCC) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, President and Direct...
Total Annual Compensation: $470.3K
Chief Financial Officer, Principal Accounting...
Total Annual Compensation: $280.0K
Corporate Vice President, General Counsel and...
Total Annual Compensation: $269.2K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

lattice semiconductor corp (LSCC) Key Developments

Lattice Semiconductor Corporation Introduces the iCE40 Ultra Family

Lattice Semiconductor Corporation introduced the iCE40 Ultra(TM) family, delivering unsurpassed integration of emerging infrared remote, barcode, touch, user identification, and pedometer functions with ample customization capabilities for makers of mobile consumer devices to quickly implement 'killer' features that differentiate their products. iCE40 Ultra FPGAs deliver 5x more functionality at 30% smaller size than competing solutions. Lattice has also reduced power by 75% over previous devices. Combined, these enable designers to give their systems more compact form factors and longer battery life. Lattice has shipped hundreds of millions of iCE40(TM) FPGAs since their introduction in 2012. The iCE40 Ultra family integrates LED drivers, multipliers and accumulators, serial interfaces and a whole host more of hardened IP. This ASSP-like integration reduces system power and speeds implementation so designers can spend more time on the customization. With the smallest iCE40 Ultra device in a WLCS (wafer level chip scale) package measuring just 1.7mm x 2.1 mm x 0.45 mm, no other solution on the market delivers so much capability and flexibility at low power in such a small package.

Lattice Semiconductor Corporation Announces Unaudited Consolidated Earnings Results for the First Quarter Ended March 29, 2014; Provides Earnings Guidance for the Second Quarter of 2014

Lattice Semiconductor Corporation announced unaudited consolidated earnings results for the first quarter ended March 29, 2014. For the quarter, the company reported revenue was $96,637,000 against $71,158,000 a year ago. Income from operations was $13,402,000 against $2,641,000 a year ago. Income before provision for income taxes was $13,711,000 against $2,589,000 a year ago. Net income was $11,984,000 or $0.10 basic and diluted earning per share against $1,890,000 or $0.02 basic and diluted earning per share a year ago. First quarter revenue and net income growth were led by continued momentum in revenue from new products. Operating cash flow was $2.9 million. The company spent approximately $2.4 million on capital expenditures compared to $2.3 million in fourth quarter. For the second quarter of 2014, the company expects revenue to be flat to plus 4% on a sequential basis. Gross margin percentage is expected to be approximately 55% plus or minus 2%. Total operating expenses are expected to be approximately flat on a sequential basis.

Google's ATAP Group Selects Lattice FPGAs for Its Project Ara Modular Smartphone Prototype

Lattice Semiconductor Corp. announced that Google's Advanced Technology and Projects group has selected Lattice FPGAs for its ambitious Project Ara initiative that aims to deliver the world's first modular smartphones for consumers to configure from a variety of modules. Made available to developers last week, and the subject of today's Project Ara Modular Developers Conference, the Module Developers Kit (MDK) incorporates Lattice FPGAs for critical connectivity between reference implementations of removable modules and the Project Ara endoskeleton. In addition to enabling companies to rapidly develop prototypes of Project Ara modules, the low power and small size of Lattice FPGAs meet the system requirements of a thermally constrained environment, as well as provide the flexibility to support the MIPI UniPro network protocol that will be used for connectivity between modules. Finally, Lattice FPGAs are a proven solution for mobile consumer products making them ideal for production modules as well. Developers can go from prototype to production, reducing the product development effort and accelerating the time-to-market. The advantages of Lattice FPGAs have already been proven in millions of smartphones currently used by consumers worldwide.

 

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