EOS™ S3 Low Power, multi-core Arm Cortex® M4 MCU + eFPGA Family of SoCs for always-on voice applications, AI inferencing at the edge/endpoint, and general purpose IoT applications. Broad open source software and hardware support.
100% Open Source Hardware Dev Kit and Software Tools based on QuickLogic’s EOS™ S3 Low Power, multi-core Arm Cortex® M4 MCU + eFPGA, can be bundled with SensiML Analytics Studio
eFPGA technology enables hardware re-programmability so that SoC/ASIC developers can make software/hardware trade-offs to optimize the platform bandwidth/power curve for various applications.
QuickLogic provides SRAM FPGAs designed specifically for the lowest system power. Our PolarPro 3/3E FPGA families are ideal for battery-powered applications requiring a level of hardware flexibility or re-programmability.
The ultra-low power ArcticLink® III BX and ArcticLink III VX display bridges enable seamless connectivity between the various interface standards used by application processors and displays for a wide range of mobile, handheld devices, industrial and medical devices.
Introduction to EOS S3
Introduction to QuickFeather, EOS S3 Open Source Hardware Dev Kit
Introduction to QuickFeather, EOS S3 Open Source Hardware Dev Kit (Chinese)
Downloading Firmware eFPGA Binaries using TinyFPGA
Running “Hello World” on a QuickFeather Dev Kit
Building the Eclipse Development Environment and importing your first Project
Webinar: Connecting New I2C Sensors to QuickFeather Dev Board & Capturing Data in SensiML
SymbiFlow with QuickFeather – A simple FPGA Programming Example
Connecting QuickFeather and Data Capture Lab over WiFi: A configuration guide utilizing the ESP32
Getting the Most from your QuickFeather: FPGA + MCU application examples
Example application connecting QuickFeather to ESP32, implementing a UART to HTTP bridge for simple sensor streaming interface.
Firmware for flashing a QuickFeather device with data collection firmware for use with SensiML Data Capture Lab.
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Michael GieldaVice President of Business Development at Antmicro