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Living on the Edge…

A few days ago, TechCrunch published an interesting article about a theory of edge versus cloud computing developed by Peter Levine, a general partner at venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz.  The one sentence summary of his theory is that the recent trend toward cloud computing for mobile and Internet of Things (IoT) devices will soon […]

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Press Coverage on eFPGA

eFPGA Video Interview from DAC Mao Wang, eFPGA Product Marketing Director, comments on what is unique about QuickLogic’s eFPGA.  Watch Video interview by Gabriele Saucier, Design and Reuse. https://www.design-reuse.com/video/view/437/efpga-comes-of-age.html   eFPGA Podcast from DAC Owen Bateman, Director of Sales, North America & EMEA, comments on how an eFPGA is ideal for SoC development by reducing development cost […]

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Building Momentum in China!

I’m very excited to announce that our CFO, Dr. Sue Cheng and I will present the QuickLogic story at the Reach China Investment Conference in Beijing on Tuesday, June 27th. The Reach China Investment Conference focuses on small companies with high growth potential. This is our first ever investor presentation in China and more than […]

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Machine Voice Recognition Becomes More Human

In a typical day, we each probably have dozens (and sometimes many dozens) of conversations.  Part of the natural art of conversation is our ability to speak and listen to a single individual, even when there is background noise such as music playing or other conversations in progress.  We instinctively focus our attention on the […]

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SoC Developers, You Have Our Full Support

You might have seen our recent announcement regarding the fact that we’re opening an eFPGA support center in Taiwan. The reason this announcement is so significant is that it demonstrates the depth of our commitment to eFPGA technology for SoC developers. We’ve already spoken at length about the benefits of embedding FPGA logic in SoCs, […]

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Embedded Programmability (Finally) Comes of Age

The widely fragmented nature of the IoT market is creating new challenges for SoC companies that cannot be effectively addressed with the design approaches used in the mobile markets.  As is the case in mobile markets, SoCs need to be optimized for low power consumption and low cost.  However, given the vast diversity of products […]

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It’s Good to Be Understood – The Always Listening Home

The dream of having a truly “smart” home has finally started to materialize in a meaningful way.  One aspect of the smart home concept which has been severely underestimated until very recently, though, is the emergence of voice-activated systems and their ability to make sense of spoken commands and requests from humans.  Speech is a primary […]

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Solving the SoC Design Dilemma for IoT Applications

According to market research firm Markets&Markets, the opportunity for Internet of Things (IoT) devices is expected to reach $11B by 2022.  That’s a short five years away.  Already we are beginning to see IoT showing up in our everyday lives for such applications as home automation, security, and personal fitness – and the vast majority […]

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