eFPGA Experts with a Proven Methodology to Build Working Solutions

From design concept to production silicon, we support you all the way!

QuickLogic Corp., founded in 1988, has more than 30 years of experience in building FPGAs. In 1999, QuickLogic was the first company to develop the concept of combining an embedded FPGA with a hardened ASIC block to build a hybrid device (ASIC + eFPGA) called QuickPCI (Figure 1 below). Since then, QuickLogic has used its eFPGA approach to build SOCs, including the EOS S3 sensor fusion and feature extraction platform for AI applications.

Our extensive experience with FPGAs, and their integration into SoCs, makes us the ideal eFPGA IP partner. Our experienced team provides full support, from SoC design specification, to ASIC design integration, to design verification, all the way to mass production of the device.

QuickLogic eFPGA History

Picture of the 1st eFPGA used in an SoC

1999 – 1st eFPGA used in an SoC
  • Process: 0.35um

Picture of the QuickMIPS Multi-core SoC

2002 – QuickMIPS Multi-core SoC
  • Process: 180nm

Picture of the EOS S3 Multi-core SoC

2017 – EOS S3 Multi-core SoC
  • Process: 40nm

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