About QuickLogic

QuickLogic Corporation (NASDAQ: QUIK) is the leading provider of ultra-low power, customizable sensor processing platforms, display and connectivity semiconductor solutions for smartphones, tablets, wearable and mobile enterprise OEMs. QuickLogic's holistic approach to sensor processing platforms, sensor software algorithms, reference design hardware and system software provides our customers with leading edge capability and flexibility at the lowest power, cost and size available in the industry today.

  • ISO Certified
  • More than 80 patents
  • Strong Ecosystem (Qualcomm, Marvell, Bosch, AMS, Apical Imaging, Texas Instruments, Samsung, Broadcom and others...)
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Timeline

2015

  • EOS S3 Platform is a multi-core, ultra-low power sensor processing SoC architected for advanced sensor processing functions at a fraction of the power consumption of general purpose microcontroller-based solutions for smartphone, wearable and IoT devices

2014

  • ArcticLink 3 S2 ultra-low power sensor hub released, offering mobile OEMs significantly increased processing and storage abilities while remaining below the 2% battery power threshold

2013

  • ArcticLink 3 S1 ultra-low power sensor hub announced, offering mobile OEMs always-on context awareness at < 2% of battery life
  • PolarPro 3  announced, QuickLogic's first one-time programmable logic device for mobile and industrial markets
  • Catalog CSSP product strategy and first solutions announced

2012

  • ArcticLink III BX display interface bridge announced, offering OEMs a low-cost, flexible solution for bridging incompatible components

2011

2008

  • PolarPro II announced, designed to meet the connectivity, intelligence, security and system logic requirementstable and mobile applications

2007

  • CSSP Solutions  customer engagement model announced; innovative hardware + software solution for mobile and industrial customers

2001

  • Introduction of embedded processor + programmable logic

1999

  • October 15 - Initial Public Offering on Nasdaq

1997

  • Introduction of first hardwired + programmable logic device

1994

  • Open Tool Synthesis introduced

1991

  • Introduction of market's highest performance, lowest power FPGAs

1988

  • Founding of company
  • Introduction of ViaLink technology