Lattice taps European FAE group for FPGA training centre
Lattice Semiconductor has teamed up with Krassin Consulting in Germany to create a dedicated Education Competence Centre for its FPGA technologies
The Lattice Education Competence Center (LEC2) will provide hands-on product training and application design expertise in person and virtually for the industrial, automotive, communications, and computing markets.
Eugen Krassin is the owner of Krassin Consulting GmbH and founder of PLC2, a leading European field application engineer (FAE) training and design services company.
“We are excited to work with the company who has modernized the low-power FPGA,” said Krassin. “The Lattice Nexus platform is a completely redesigned FPGA fabric based on a 28nm FD-SOI process technology that delivers previously unavailable levels of low-power performance, reliability, and ease-of-use to the FPGA ecosystem. Lattice technologies are enabling FPGA-based solutions that were previously not possible.”
Esam Elashmawi, Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer at Lattice, said, “Eugen Krassin and his team bring decades of combined FPGA expertise to the LEC2. We look forward to seeing this partnership facilitate more innovative application designs based on Lattice FPGAs and solutions stacks so OEMs can add cutting-edge technologies like Edge AI and smart vision to new and existing product designs.”
The LEC2 will help customers and partners train their engineers and technicians to be experts in the use of Lattice FPGAs and solutions stacks to address their design challenges. The LEC2 uses an extensive and structured training program covering the entire development process – from initial application concept to physical implementation. The structured training program is offered in different formats (on-line, in-person, and pre-recorded webinars) that engineers can choose from based on their specific needs.
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