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Build Processor-based Systems in Minutes with the Lattice Propel Design Environment

Register to learn how the Lattice Propel software tool helps developers quickly and easily build, compile, analyze and debug their application software, and build their processor-based systems within minutes.



Originally presented: June 23, 2020
Duration: 1 hour
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Overview

Developers building applications such as embedded vision, artificial intelligence and security need design solutions that are flexible, easy-to-use and can integrate all required design software and IP without a learning curve.

The Lattice Propel software tool helps developers quickly and easily build, compile, analyze, and debug their application software and enables developers to build their processor-based systems within minutes.

This webinar teaches attendees that by combining system hardware and software design into one tool framework, software developers using Lattice Propel can begin creating system software before hardware is available and get products to market faster.

For more information about Lattice Propel, please visit: www.latticesemi.com/propel.

Key Takeaways

  • Learn how to easily build, compile, analyze, and debug application systems using Lattice Propel
  • Discover how Lattice Propel can empower developers of any skill level to quickly and easily design Lattice FPGA-based processor applications
  • Understand how to get fast and easy access to Lattice's extensive IP library
  • See a step-by-step demonstration for taking a processor application design from concept to "Hello World"

Speaker

Roger Do, Senior Product Line Manager, Lattice Semiconductor

Roger Do is the Senior Product Line Manager for Design Tools at Lattice Semiconductor. Roger has over 25 years of experience in the FPGA and semiconductor industry with roles ranging from applications engineering, product marketing, product planning, and product management. Prior to joining Lattice, Roger has held positions at Texas Instruments, Lucent Technologies, AMD, Mentor Graphics, and Intel.