What Do Dick Tracy and Asian Telecom Customers Have in Common?

Way back in 1946, comic strip author Chester Gould introduced the concept of a two-way wrist radio which enabled his detective character Dick Tracy to easily communicate with other members of the police force. At that time, the battery and electronic technology available wasn’t even close to being small and efficient enough to make such […]

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From the SensorsExpo 2015….

Greetings from an unseasonably cool and damp Long Beach, CA.  We’re in day #2 of the SensorsExpo 2015, showing our TAG, TAG-N, ArcticLink 3 S2 smartphone demo, the ArcticLink 3 S2 LP, as well as having a number of interesting conversations around our recently-announced SenseMe™ licensing. The general reaction here has been great; we’ve talked […]

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SenseMe — Our Platform or Yours…

Greetings! As we discussed briefly in the Q1 Earnings Call, yesterday we announced that our SenseMe™ sensor algorithm suite is now available for licensing.  This allows QuickLogic to not only sell our ArcticLink 3 S2 silicon platform with SenseMe, but to also license SenseMe to customers who may have an existing sensor hub in their […]

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Lowering Power Consumption with the S2 LP

Hello, and thanks for reading! In QuickLogic news, we announced our ArcticLink 3 S2 LP today, a silicon variant of the standard S2.   The S2 LP offers a solution to OEMs who need the absolute lowest power for their wearable devices.  Now, the S2 LP does absolutely everything the standard S2 does — but […]

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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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