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SRHEC – Quarterly Newsletter

The U.S. Government (USG) Strategic Radiation Hardened Electronics Council (SRHEC) in its quarterly newsletter included a story on QuickLogic being awarded a contract to develop SRH FPGA Technology. As announced in September, QuickLogic Corporation was granted a $6.9 million Base Contract to develop and demonstrate SRH, high reliability Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) technology to […]

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Happy New Year!

QuickLogic

Welcome to 2022, everyone. I’m really excited by the potential it holds as all the work we’ve been putting in over the last few years starts coming to fruition. While those efforts resulted in many new initiatives and products for the company, I’d like to take a minute to highlight a handful of the most […]

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End of Year Reflections

(Updated at 9:00 a.m., PT) As 2021 draws to a close, I wanted to take some time to reflect on the past year and all that we have accomplished. I would also like to express my gratitude for all the hard work that went into those efforts and highlight how they have set the stage […]

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Broader Acceptance of Open Source Strategies – It’s Happening Now

A little over a year ago, I wrote a blog article called “The Tipping Point”. It was focused on the recent announcement of our QuickLogic Open Reconfigurable Computing (QORC) initiative and the reasons why I thought it made a lot of sense for QuickLogic to embrace open source development tools and platforms. At the time […]

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QuickLogic Joins Open Source FPGA Foundation as Founding and Premier Member

Earlier today, we announced that QuickLogic has joined the Open Source FPGA (OSFPGA) Foundation as a Founding and Premier Member. The mission of this new foundation is to expand the market for, and accelerate the adoption of programmable logic, by uniting the efforts of companies, universities, and individuals worldwide. The foundation will also provide a […]

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EDA Cafe Video & LCA Presentation

EDA Café Video Interview with Brian Faith Brian Faith spoke with Sanjay Gangal of EDA Café about QuickLogic’s technology, device and their support of Open Source software like Zephyr, FreeRTOS, Symbiflow & Antmicro. Brian also shared why open source is a game changer for the future of technology. You can watch the interview at https://bit.ly/36wd35t […]

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Electronics Industry Predictions

Brian Faith was asked to provide predictions for the Electronics Industry for 2021. His reflections make for some very interesting reading, especially with respect to the democratization of technology access through the use of Open Source tools. You can find the complete article on the EDA Cafe website. You can also click the following link […]

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QuickLogic and Antmicro Collaborate on Core-V MCU Project

In July of this year, we announced that QuickLogic would become the first programmable logic vendor to fully embrace an open source development environment. Specifically, we worked with Antmicro to create a fully open-source suite of tools for our QuickFeather development kit, which features our EOS S3 FPGA SoC platform with an embedded Arm® processor. […]

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Interview with QuickLogic CEO Brian Faith

On December 18th, GEORGE GILDER’S MOONSHOTS publication distributed an in-depth interview with QuickLogic President and CEO Brian Faith. (You might recall that Mr. Gilder added QuickLogic to his Moonshots portfolio in December of 2019.) The wide-ranging discussion touched on the transition the company is undertaking with its software and IP initiatives, opportunities for market expansion, […]

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Monetizing Open Source

We unveiled our QuickLogic Open Reconfigurable Computing (QORC) initiative in a June press release and added some background in our blog post titled “Tipping Point”. With this bold step, QuickLogic is the first Programmable Logic company to provide full open-source access to FPGA design and verification tools. The purpose of this blog post is to […]

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