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Magewell Selects Lattice Semiconductor ECP FPGA Family For Video Capture Devices

HILLSBORO, OR – June 11, 2019 – Lattice Semiconductor Corporation (NASDAQ: LSCC), the low power programmable leader, today announced that Nanjing Magewell Electronics Co., Ltd. (“Magewell”) selected the Lattice ECP™ FPGA family to enable video processing in multiple Magewell USB 3.0 video capture devices, including the USB Capture Plus series.

Using Lattice ECP FPGAs helps Magewell produce devices with lower power consumption and higher performance. The USB Capture Plus family – available with SDI, HDMI® or DVI inputs – targets the professional A/V and high-end gaming markets. The family builds on the functionality of earlier USB Capture models with expanded audio support, plus signal loop-through for convenient monitoring on HDMI and SDI models.

“Selecting the best components for each of our products is essential to maintaining our industry leadership and ensuring that our users get the rich feature sets they need,” said XiaoYong Zhu, Senior Vice President at Magewell. “We’re pleased to be working with Lattice to incorporate their FPGAs in our USB devices, which will further reinforce Magewell as a preferred choice for cost-effective video capture.”

“Magewell is a leading provider of quality video capture solutions, and we’re excited to see our ECP FPGA family in their product designs,” said Juju Joyce, Product Marketing Manager, Lattice Semiconductor. “Lattice FPGAs deliver robust processing at low power to help our prosumer customers support the value-added features today’s high-end A/V and gaming enthusiasts demand.”

For more details on Lattice’s low power, small form factor FPGAs, including the ECP family, please visit http://www.latticesemi.com/en/Products.

About Lattice Semiconductor

Lattice Semiconductor (NASDAQ: LSCC) is the low power programmable leader. We solve customer problems across the network, from the Edge to the Cloud, in the growing communications, computing, industrial, automotive and consumer markets. Our technology, long-standing relationships, and commitment to world-class support lets our customers quickly and easily unleash their innovation to create a smart, secure and connected world.

For more information about Lattice, please visit www.latticesemi.com. You can also follow us via LinkedInTwitterFacebookYouTubeWeChatWeibo or Youku.

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