Stephen Douglass, CTO of Lattice Semiconductor announces retirement

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Stephen Douglass, CTO of Lattice Semiconductor announces retirement
Stephen Douglass, CTO of Lattice Semiconductor announces retirement

During this transitional phase, Lattice Semiconductor, a company well-known for its programmable logic circuits and associated software, will concentrate on preserving its technological leadership.

Lattice (OTC:LTTC) Semiconductor’s (NASDAQ:LSCC) Chief Technology Officer (CTO) Stephen Douglass has stated that he plans to retire from the company on June 3, 2024. On February 28, 2024, the announcement was released to the public in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

To enable a seamless transfer of his responsibilities, Mr. Douglass has agreed to stay on as an advisor until the date of his retirement. As of now, the business has not announced the CTO’s replacement.

During this transitional phase, Lattice Semiconductor, a company well-known for its programmable logic circuits and associated software, will concentrate on preserving its technological leadership. Any technology company that loses a major executive is affected, and Lattice Semiconductor is required to handle the transition without compromising its goals or operations.

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