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Lattice, Future Electronics seal global distribution deal

15 Jul 2013

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Lattice Semiconductor Corporation and Future Electronics have announced a global distribution agreement. Under the terms of the agreement, Future Electronics is authorised to sell Lattice's complete portfolio of innovative low power, low cost FPGA, CPLD and programmable power management design solutions worldwide.

"Future's demand creation expertise and global footprint align perfectly with our market strategy. We expect Future to significantly increase our design opportunity pipeline and take Lattice technologies into customers and markets that we have underpenetrated in the past," said Tom Huffman, Director of Worldwide Distribution at Lattice

"We are very pleased to be partnering with Lattice Semiconductor," said Philippe Vauclair, Future Electronics director of programmable SoCs. "Their product portfolio greatly expands the Future Electronics' customer base and has had a tremendous amount of interest from our sales and engineering teams."

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