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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Supporting On-board and External Displays in a One Output World, Part II (QuickLogic Strikes Back)

In a blog not too long ago, I spoke in detail on our new VX6BxG variants of the ArcticLink III family, which support an MIPI input to LVDS and RGB output architecture.   This product is targeted primarily at tablets with a need for a secondary video output, most often used for MHL or HDMI purposes.   […]

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We’re Connecting, One PHS at a Time

Today we announced another in a line of designs with our good friends at Kyocera.  Building on our VEE and DPO designs with them, we’ve expanded into the connectivity realm to integrate a CSSP featuring inter-processor communication technology.  A high-level view of the technology is found here, with an earlier blog written back in July […]

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CES 2013 Press

Following up on our CES 2013 show coverage, here is an embed of an interview with QuickLogic and EngineeringTV, hosted by Joe Desposito, editor-in-chief of Electronic Design. The original video can be found at http://www.engineeringtv.com/video/Quicklogics-Visual-Enhancement It was my pleasure speaking with Joe about VEE, DPO, and the ArcticLink III VX.     […]

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Presentation from the FPD Forum

As promised, here is the presentation given at today’s FPD Forum in Taipei, Taiwan by our own Edward Lien.   As you can see, the presentation centered about QuickLogic’s ArcticLink III VX CSSP, and how VEE‘s display viewability and DPO‘s system power savings can benefit designers and OEM’s of smartphones and tablets. Happy to answer any […]

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On the 13 Variants of the ArcticLink III VX…

The question arose today of alternative input/output architectures the ArcticLink III VX that aren’t explicitly listed. First, let’s start by listing the 13 variants Click the chart to embiggen I should also note that the interfaces which the customer requires are determined by their choice of processor and display–while we’ve address this ad nauseum before, […]

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On the Snapdragon…

Welcome back to QuickLogic HotSpot. QuickLogic announced today that we now have a daughter card available that connects to the DragonBoard (based on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Processors).  Our card accepts the MIPI-DSI output of the DragonBoard.  It embeds a QuickLogic ArcticLink III VX5 CSSP device that converts the MIPI-DSI signal to LVDS.  As it’s a VX device, […]

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On the ArcticLink III for Cameras…

Today’s blog deals with an adjacent market for the ArcticLink III (AL III), digital cameras, and specifically the embedded display. As I start, I should be clear and say that we are not talking about putting VEE and DPO into the image capture (camera) path.   As many of you know, we license the core of […]

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