How the CX Enhances Our Capabilities in Datacards

We’ve posted another video blog on our YouTube channel, starring yours truly (we’re looking for volunteers, I promise!), discussing how our new ArcticLink II CX enhances QuickLogic’s capabilities in the data card market. The video provides the viewer: a brief review of the CX an explanation of the function(s) QuickLogic’s PolarPro II CSSPs have performed […]

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Smartphone Battery Life: A Consumer POV

Some interesting statistics on smartphone battery life: JD Power’s survey says only 8% of smartphone users are satisfied with their battery life: https://rohansood.wordpress.com/2011/03/19/iphone-takes-top-spot-in-us-smartphone-satisfaction-stats/ Only 6.6% of Japanese smartphone users are completely satisfied with their phone battery life, with more than 65% dissatisfied: http://whatjapanthinks.com/2011/02/15/battery-dissatisfaction-high-amongst-smartphone-users/ 80% of Nokia customers in China dissatisfied with battery life of their […]

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A Couple of New Video Blogs on our YouTube channel…

We’ve posted a couple of new video blogs supporting today’s ArcticLink II CX CSSP press release.  You can view them on our YouTube video channel, or by clicking directly on the links below: http://www.youtube.com/user/QuickLogicCorp#p/u/1/XidbHBgNAok http://www.youtube.com/user/QuickLogicCorp#p/u/0/-Iyubq5JEhw We are expecting to update our channel continually with information on the CX, VX, and other QuickLogic-related CSSP items.  While […]

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A New QuickLogic-Authored Article

From Communications Components Magazine’s (Taiwan) special June issue on mobile phone components, I bring you “QuickLogic’s Visual Enhancement and Display Power Savings CSSP Chips Integrated into a Mobile Device”. A link to the original simplified-Chinese text is up at http://www.quicklogic.com/in-the-news/, or you can access the file directly at http://www.quicklogic.com/assets/press/CCM-Article.pdf While this article is perhaps more […]

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How to Mute CNBC and Play a Movie at the Same Time…

Brian, one of our frequent readers and commentors here on QuickLogic’s HotSpots inquired on my last blog with the question below: The RGB-split accepts one incoming signal and splits the signal between to two displays (i.e. one image spread over two displays). Down the road do you envision an RGB-split capability (or a market need) […]

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The RGB-split Competitive Landscape

Building on today’s “RGB-split for Foldable Tablets and Smartphones” press release, I wanted to spend a bit of time talking about current competitive approaches to splitting display signals. First, a bit more on RGB-split. What is does: it accepts a single incoming MDDI or RGB display signal (from the applications processor/CPU) and splits it to […]

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QuickLogic’s Presentation from Digitimes Technical Forum

You can view QuickLogic’s presentation from the Digitimes Technical Forum at the following link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sgbgqh3rBYo […]

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Adding Silicon to Reduce Power?

During Uplinq last week, visitors to our booth were, among other things, given demonstrations of VEE and DPO.  One of the curious things that kept occurring was people trying to understand how we can reduce power with silicon.  I suppose for most techies, “adding silicon to reduce power” is in the vein of “jumbo shrimp” […]

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Uplinq 2011

For those headed to UPLINQ 2011 this week, we hope you’ll stop by our booth during the Mobile Innovations Showcase at Qualcomm’s annual conference.    We’ll be showing VEE and VEE-related solutions all day Wednesday and Thursday. Details on UPLINQ can be found at http://www.qualcomm.com […]

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New QuickLogic Interview from Electronic Design

Here’s a link to recent interview I did with Electronic Design http://electronicdesign.com/article/digital/Improving-Display-Quality-and-Efficiency.aspx Questions and comments always welcomed […]

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