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Lattice Semiconductor Transfers SMD Product Line To Arrow Electronics

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1/3/2012 3:15 AM ET

Lattice Semiconductor Corp. (LSCC: Quote) announced the transfer of its Standard Military Drawing, or SMD, product portfolio to Arrow Electronics Inc. (ARW: Quote), effective immediately. Lattice's SMD products include the GAL family, namely GAL16V8, GAL20V8 and GAL22V10 of simple PLDs and the ispLSI1000 family of complex PLDs.

Lattice's SMD products were formally discontinued by Lattice via its Product Change Notification process in 2011. By transferring the SMD product family to Arrow Electronics, Lattice SMD customers now have a new supply channel that can support the ongoing demand for these popular devices.

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