It’s a Busy Week at QuickLogic…

…just as we are getting over the taxi line-induced sore feet hangover of Mobile World Congress and last weeks IoT Summit, we’re off again in multiple places this week. Brian Faith, VP of Worldwide Sales and Marketing, and Andy Pease, President and CEO, are down at the Roth Conference.  The presentation from the Roth Conference […]

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Indoor Nav and Pressure Sensors

This just out from the MEMS Congress in Europe this week: http://www.eetimes.com/document.asp?doc_id=1321441&_mc=RSS_EET_EDT&cid=NL_EET_Daily_20140314&elq=652ec1460b0343aabbdec9e582fbc657&elqCampaignId=15984 Some of my own personal observations: I don’t agree with the article that pressure sensors are only tied to indoor nav, as I can see clear benefits in the area of fitness to know altitude changes (using the pressure sensor). I can see […]

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Introduction to the ArcticLink 3 S1

Today we announced our newest silicon platform, the ArcticLink 3 S1.   Our ultra-low power sensor hub (ULPSH) product line, featuring both standard and catalog CSSPs, represents a big leap forward in terms of capability enabled by our brand new reprogrammable fabric.  The standard CSSP product allows OEMs to customize the product with their own internally […]

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On the T.I. Ecosystem

As followers of QuickLogic, you no doubt saw a fairly significant announcement from us on Monday – that we’re joining the Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) Sitara™ ARM® processor ecosystem with our Camera Interface (CAM I/F) CSSP.  That announcement was the culmination of several months of architecture, development, and marketing efforts between QuickLogic, TI, BeagleBoard.org (the open source community that supports Beaglebone) and CircuitCo (the […]

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The Future of Mobile – Observations from Mobile World Congress

Once a year, tens of thousands in the mobile industry descend upon the charming city of Barcelona, Spain.  Not for the paella on Las Ramblas, nor to see the psychedelic architecture of the famous artist Gaudi, nor to escape our colder climates for the temperate shores of the Mediterranean.  No – we head to Barcelona […]

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