Effective Logic Cells — Why All Logic Cells Aren’t the Same

Way back in October, we blogged about the differences between our logic cell design and that of competitors in the mobile programmable logic space.  I thought I’d take some time to revisit the topic, and go more in depth as to what advantages this offers mobile OEMs. For comparisons sake, let’s compare QuickLogic against a […]

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PolarPro 3 Logic Cells vs. Competition (Not All Logic Cells are Created Equal)

In choosing which programmable logic device to use, an engineer (or purchasing director, or just anyone) might judge the capabilities and merits of a device based simply on the number of logic cells it contains. This judgment would be true, however, if all logic cells are designed the same. The fact is that they aren’t […]

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The PolarPro 3 Arrives…

With the announcement of the ArcticLink 3 S1 last week, perhaps some people missed the concurrent announcement of our new programmable logic device, the PolarPro 3 silicon platform. As Andy Pease succinctly pointed out during the product introduction presentation, our ViaLink-based non-volatile programmable logic technology has served QuickLogic quite well for many years, allowing us […]

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Some “Context” on Sensor Definitions

With our exciting announcement today of our ArcticLink 3 S1 and PolarPro 3 solutions, I thought it would be proper to provide some terms that followers of QuickLogic will soon to be very accustomed to hearing from us in various places. With no further ado (and there will be a test, so pay attention)… Sensor […]

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Sensor Hub and PolarPro 3 Videos

Recently updated to our YouTube site are some brief informational video’s on our latest products, the Ultra-low Power Sensor Hub ArcticLink 3 S1 and the PolarPro 3.  You can find the video’s embedded below, and can click on them for a larger, native YouTube version. Happy viewing, and continue to check back here at QuickLogic […]

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