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QuickLogic Joins Open Source FPGA Foundation as Founding and Premier Member

Earlier today, we announced that QuickLogic has joined the Open Source FPGA (OSFPGA) Foundation as a Founding and Premier Member. The mission of this new foundation is to expand the market for, and accelerate the adoption of programmable logic, by uniting the efforts of companies, universities, and individuals worldwide. The foundation will also provide a […]

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QuickLogic and the DARPA Toolbox Initiative

As we discussed on several of our previous earnings calls over the past year, we have undertaken multiple strategic initiatives to broaden the served markets for our programmable logic and to do so in a more scalable way. Initially, this started with the announcement of our QuickLogic Open Reconfigurable Computing (QORC) initiative, which resulted in […]

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The Tipping Point

Prelude… Exactly 117 years ago this week, Henry Ford incorporated the Ford Motor Company. Ford didn’t invent cars, nor did Ford invent the manufacturing line. What Ford did do was to recognize the huge potential of blending an existing product (the car) which served a limited market with a new capability (the assembly line) to […]

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Licensing our eFPGA IP

You might have seen the press release that we issued this morning regarding Nations Technologies (a leader in China’s IC design industry) selecting our ArcticPro eFPGA for their next-generation low power IoT SoC. This press release reflects the formalization of the relationship we mentioned during our last earnings call. In that call, we discussed signing […]

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ASICS versus FPGAs versus ASICs with eFPGA Technology

I am often asked about the differences between ASICs, FPGAs, and ASIC-with-embedded FPGA (eFPGA) blocks and so I thought I would devote a blog article to that topic. Here goes… Once upon a time, there were ASICs (“Application Specific Integrated Circuits”, for the uninitiated). These were (and are) semiconductor devices designed to implement a very […]

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SoC Developers, You Have Our Full Support

You might have seen our recent announcement regarding the fact that we’re opening an eFPGA support center in Taiwan. The reason this announcement is so significant is that it demonstrates the depth of our commitment to eFPGA technology for SoC developers. We’ve already spoken at length about the benefits of embedding FPGA logic in SoCs, […]

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