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FPGA Chiplets Get a Power and Cost Makeover Thanks to New Partnership

QuickLogic and YorChip Partner to Develop Low-Power, Low-Cost UCIe FPGA Chiplets

QuickLogic and YorChip have formed a strategic partnership to develop Low-Power, Low-Cost UCIe FPGA Chiplets. These chiplets are optimized for low power consumption and low cost, opening new possibilities for a wide range of applications, including the fast-growing edge IoT and AI/ML markets. What is UCIe? UCIe (Unified Chiplet Interconnect Express) is an open standard […]

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QuickLogic Leads Industry Trend in Open-Source FPGA Tools

In 2020, QuickLogic became the first programmable logic company to embrace open-source FPGA User Tools as our preferred and supported offering for our customers. The company’s QORC (QuickLogic Open Reconfigurable Computing) initiative made it possible for developers to use open-source tools to design and build products with QuickLogic’s FPGA devices and eFPGA technology. Our decision […]

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Easing Concerns About Bank Failure

In light of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) making headlines yesterday, we wanted to let you know that QuickLogic had moved its line of credit from SVB to Heritage Bank in October 2018. Heritage remains strong and has assured its customers that it is not facing any of the ongoing challenges that affected SVB. QuickLogic’s cash […]

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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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eFPGA Complements OpenHW CORE-V MCU at Embedded World

OpenHW Group's CORE-V MCU Development Kit

At the recent Embedded World Conference in Nuremberg Germany, Digi-Key’s Paige West interviewed Rick O’Connor, the President, and CEO at OpenHW Group, about the organization’s CORE-V MCU Development Kit for IoT applications. As Rick mentions in the interview, OpenHW Group is a non-profit open-source ecosystem with 88 partners and members around the world focused on […]

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eFPGA and Chiplet Technology – A Natural Combination

QuickLogic and eTopus Announce Disaggregated, Flexible eFPGA Chiplet Template

Chiplets (modular silicon “chips” mounted as die onto an interposer which interconnects them and attaches to a single package substrate) have been quietly but steadily taking market share from more traditional monolithic semiconductor devices. In fact, Transparency Market Research recently noted that “…the chiplet market is expected to exceed $47B by 2031, with a CAGR […]

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Australis eFPGA Generator Delivers on the Promise

QuickLogic Australis eFPGA Generator

The Benefits of eFPGA Technology Hopefully by now it is becoming obvious that embedding FPGA IP into SoC designs can provide tremendous benefits to the company building the SoC. Adding a customized programmable fabric gives developers a level of post-manufacturing flexibility they could only have dreamed about in an earlier time. Just a few of […]

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Happy New Year!


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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