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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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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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Licensing our eFPGA IP

You might have seen the press release that we issued this morning regarding Nations Technologies (a leader in China’s IC design industry) selecting our ArcticPro eFPGA for their next-generation low power IoT SoC. This press release reflects the formalization of the relationship we mentioned during our last earnings call. In that call, we discussed signing […]

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ASICS versus FPGAs versus ASICs with eFPGA Technology

I am often asked about the differences between ASICs, FPGAs, and ASIC-with-embedded FPGA (eFPGA) blocks and so I thought I would devote a blog article to that topic. Here goes… Once upon a time, there were ASICs (“Application Specific Integrated Circuits”, for the uninitiated). These were (and are) semiconductor devices designed to implement a very […]

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Convergence of Voice Control and the One-Watt Initiative Driving Unique Requirements in Smart TVs and Home Appliances

The primary application for QuickLogic’s EOS S3 Ultra-Low Power Voice and Sensor Platform is mobile, battery-powered devices that require both always-on wake word detection and extended battery life. As recently as a year ago, if anyone told me there would be a compelling use-case for wall powered devices I wouldn’t have believed it, or at […]

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Software Before Silicon?

One of our mantras at QuickLogic has always been “software before silicon.” Why? Just as a computer is a useless collection of hardware without an operating system and applications software, the same is basically true for FPGAs without our customers’ designs mapped into our architecture. Sure, we provide a lot of clever integrated functional building […]

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Can You Hear Me Now?

During Q1, I discussed our first significant engagement for a hearable device, and during Q2, I announced that we won that and other hearable designs that are currently scheduled for production during Q4 2017. I am pleased to state we have seen a substantial increase in hearable engagements during the last four weeks. To keep […]

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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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