An Interview with Tim Saxe…

An interview with our CTO extraordinaire Tim Saxe from the recent MEMS Executive Conference was recently published, and I wanted to share it here, as well as through the embed below.  Tim briefly discusses QuickLogic, as well as some of the trends and interesting information from the conference.   Happy to answer any questions! […]

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TAG & TAG-N in the Wild, Plus Pricing!

Greetings! As the holidays approach, and we all get busy with our travel, shopping, and Tryptophan-induced naps while the Cowboys inevitably struggle through the 2nd half on Thanksgiving day, I wanted to share some news regarding our TAG platforms.  Our TAG wearable evaluation kit was demonstrated publicly a few weeks ago at the Wearable Sensor […]

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From the Wearable Sensors and Electronics 2014 Conference…

Greetings…we’re just down the road from our headquarters in Santa Clara, CA, at the Wearable Sensors and Electronics 2014 Conference.   We’ll be here today and tomorrow, showing our ArcticLink 3 S2 sensor hub in a variety of QuickLogic platforms, including our smartphone reference kit, TAG wearable evaluation kit, and TAG-N reference design for Nordic Semiconductor’s […]

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Wearable Sensors and Electronics 2014

Greetings! A quick pre-notice (will be announced via press release as well) that QuickLogic will be exhibiting our sensor hub solutions at the 2014 Wearable Sensors and Electronics Conference in Santa Clara, CA, on November 12 and 13th.   For those attending, please stop by, say hi, and learn a bit more about what we have […]

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JRC PHS Phone Added to Our OEM Gallery

Today we announced the latest in a series of connectivity designs, the JRC PHS phone.  This phone uses our PolarPro II CSSP device, running a number of technologies including Inter-Processor Communications.   An image of the phone appears here… …as well as in our OEM gallery that some of you may have not seen.  The phone is […]

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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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