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Lattice Semiconductor Developers Conference

Event Description: The Lattice Developers Conference is a three-day virtual event building on the strong customer and partner ecosystem momentum created by the company’s fastest growing product portfolio in its history. The event will feature keynote and breakout sessions, technical trainings, and demonstrations with ecosystem partners and industry leaders that explore the latest trends, opportunities, and low power FPGA-based solutions for AI, security, robotics, and advanced connectivity applications, and more.

Event Time and Date: December 5 – 7, 2023, 8:30 am – 5 pm PST

Featured Speakers:

    • Jim Anderson, President and CEO, Lattice Semiconductor
    • Esam Elashmawi, Chief Strategy & Marketing Officer, Lattice Semiconductor
    • Eleena Ong, Vice President Worldwide Applications, Lattice Semiconductor
    • Dan Mansur, Vice President Product Marketing, Lattice Semiconductor


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  • Thu

    Big-Data & Analytics in Healthcare

    London, United Kingdom

    We have already experienced a decade of progress in digitizing medical records, as pharmaceutical companies and other organisations aggregate years of research and development data in electronic databases. Federal government and other public stakeholders have also accelerated the move toward transparency by making decades of stored data usable, searchable, and actionable by the healthcare sector.

    Nevertheless, the big-data revolution is still in its early days, and most of the potential for value creation is still unclaimed. But it has set the industry on a path of rapid change and new discoveries. This forum will help Payors, pharmaceutical companies, hospitals, and providers develop proactive strategies for winning in the new environment.

    Many innovative companies in the private sector are building applications and analytical tools that help patients, physicians, and other healthcare stakeholders identify value and opportunities. Healthcare stakeholders now have access to promising new threads of knowledge. This information is a form of “big-data”, so called not only for its sheer volume, but for its complexity, diversity, and timeliness.

    This event will bring leading players (healthcare experts) together to discuss, share and exchange their latest developments in the market as well as finding answers on how to improve healthcare analytics and tap new insight to save someone’s life!  Register here.