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Lattice Semiconductor

Manufacturer of FPGAs
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Lattice Semiconductor Corporation is a U.S. manufacturer of high-performance field programmable logic devices (FPGA).
Lattice was founded in 1983, by C. Norman Winningstad, Rahul Sud, and Ray Capece. The company went through chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization in July 1987. It went public in 1989.

Lattice purchased Agere Corporation’s FPGA division in 2002.

Lattice purchased Silicon Image a provider of multimedia connectivity solutions in 2015. It was an all-cash tender offer of $7.30 per share, representing an equity value of approximately $600 million (or approximately $450 million on an enterprise value basis) and a 34.6% premium to the average closing price over the last 90 trading days and a 23.7% premium to the closing price on January 26th.

  • HQ: Hillsboro, OR, USA
  • Known for: FPGA
  • Web: URL
  • Other names: Lattice
  • Type: Company

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