Tap-to-wake and Rotate-wrist-to-wake

Cool announcement last week about our Wearable device-specific algorithms…what I like most about it is the following… Yup — they are ours.  While we continue to develop our ArcticLink 3 ultra-low power sensor hub hardware line, including announcing our S1 Wearable sensor hub (meant for wearable devices — its not just a clever name), we […]

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USB to SDIO, the Latest Catalog CSSP

Greetings! QuickLogic today announced our latest Catalog CSSP (#4, by my count), the USB-to-SDIO solution. In short, this Catalog CSSP enables the translation of USB to SDIO, meant for use in systems whose processors are either SDIO-port limited or don’t even have SDIO ports. Here’s why we like this, and like it a lot: smartphones […]

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Sitara Supports Android

Greetings! We announced today that our first Catalog CSSP, the CAM I/F device designed around Texas Instruments Sitara Am335X processor, has widened its OS support to now include Android 4.1.2.   Formerly running exclusively in Linux, this new support opens QuickLogic’s ability to support customers of Sitara who have chosen to move into the Android operating […]

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Catalog CSSP #3: VEE-BCC-Pico

With our announcement earlier in the week of our VEE-Pico Catalog CSSP, a few questions were asked about where BCC fits into the Catalog CSSP platform..well, it fits right here: The VEE-BCC-Pico Catalog CSSP This Catalog CSSP, the third in our series, offers pico projector OEMs the distinct user experience advantages of VEE, but also […]

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Catalog CSSP #2: VEE-Pico

For those who read our announcement today, you know that we have released our second Catalog CSSP, the VEE-Pico. While QuickLogic is certainly not new to the pico market (see PoP Video, iPico, others), the VEE-Pico represents our first standard product for OEMs of accessory, stand-alone, and embedded projectors.  We’ve talked about effective lumens ad […]

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Enter the Catalog CSSP…

Today we announced an exciting new line of products from QuickLogic, the Catalog CSSP line. Rather than me blab on for (seemingly) hours, I’ll instead go right to questions that we’ve received when introducing this concept to customers and members of the press:   Q:           What is the difference between a catalog CSSP and […]

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