Three Myths about FPGAs

On this episode of the Futurum Tech Webcast – Interview Series I am joined by Esam Elashmawi, Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer at Lattice Semiconductor, for an exciting conversation about the myths that exist around FPGAs and the things Lattice is doing to set the record straight. Three Myths about FPGAs  In our conversation we discussed the following: The reality of FPGA offerings Whether or not you really need high performance FPGAs and GPUs for AI and machine learning A look into the investments that Lattice has made around FPGA design FPGAs are an important piece of the compute architecture, but not everything that is said about them is true. If you’re interested in learning more about what Lattice is doing in the marketplace, be sure to check out their website.

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