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This Week’s IoT Summit

As we briefly discussed in last week’s press release (and in a blog before that), Tim Saxe will be keynoting this Thursdays IoT Summit, just down the road from QuickLogic HQ at the Santa Clara Convention Center.  Tim’s speech, “What Wearables Design Teaches Us about IoT (Internet of Things”, will open the summit on March […]

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Want to Learn More About the Latest Trends in Sensor Hubs? Join the Webinar

Greetings! QuickLogic will be hosting a webinar entitled Mobile Sensor Deployment: Making the Whole Greater than the Sum of its Parts on Thursday, January 29th at 8:30 AM Pacific.  This webinar, presented by members of the QuickLogic Marketing and CTO staffs, will focus on the mobile (smartphone and wearable) sensor hub ecosystem, including various approaches, […]

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Predicting the Future, 2015 Version, from Our Very Own CTO…

Our resident CTO, futurist, and marathoner Tim Saxe was featured in ECN Magazine’s recent panel on “What Will be the Must-Have Consumer Product of 2015“. Of course, his opinion may be somewhat biased, but there is no doubt that makers of smartphones and wearables are working towards devices which as always-on, and always-aware.  They want […]

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Presentations from CES and Needham Posted

Hello, and happy Wednesday to our readers. We’ve posted two new presentations over at our investor site, which you can find through the convenient links below. First, a presentation from CES that we had scrolling our in Convention Center meeting suite, as well as in the MEMS industry area.  The presentation is quite specific to […]

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Press from Tim Saxe’s Panel Apperance at CES

Having just about recovered from the sore feet and taxi line extravaganza that is CES, I wanted to pass along a few bits of press from the show related to Tim Saxe’s appearance at the Getting to Low Power and Maximum Functionality through Sensor Fusion panel. EE Times – CES 2015: MEMS that Wearables/IoT Need Electronic Design – Q&A: […]

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