In a move highlighting the increasing importance of AI software for chipmakers, Lattice Semiconductor has acquired one of its development partners, Mirametrix in the US
Miametrix develops artificial intelligence (AI) software for computer vision applications to add into the Lattice SensAI stacks for end-to-end AI and computer vision. The move comes after Lattice launched its own AI computer vision models using the Miametrix machine learning technology.
“Providing easy-to-use application-specific software solution stacks continues to be a key part of our strategy to make it easy for customers to adopt Lattice and get to market quickly. Adding Mirametrix’s proven AI and computer vision software to our existing solution stack portfolio will make it even easier for our customers to quickly add more intelligence to their applications,” said Jim Anderson, President and CEO of Lattice Semiconductor. “Having worked closely with Mirametrix as a partner for nearly two years, we are excited to welcome them to Lattice as we continue to expand our talented software team.”
“Mirametrix was founded with the vision of driving a new era in human-computer interaction and delivering more natural and intuitive user experiences,” said Denis Lavallee, CEO, Mirametrix. “We are excited to join the Lattice family and to accelerate AI and computer vision innovation together.”
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