A Busy Monday Here at QuickLogic…

In addition to the article I blogged about earlier this AM, we announced via press release today that our CTO, Tim Saxe, will be addressing the 22nd ACM/SIGDA International Symposium on Field-Programmable Gate Arrays in a panel entitled “Will FPGA’s Ever Crack Mobile.” Now, for anyone who watches the mobile market closely, the answer to […]

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CISC vs RISC Architectures on Sensor Hubs

Happy Monday to everyone.  As Mobile World Congress 2014 is in full swing, I wanted to share an article that was recently published in Design News: The Pros & Cons to Sensor Hub & Sensor Sub-System Management The article details specifically with pros and cons of the various approaches to sensor hub management, including AP-based, […]

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5 Things for Mid-February

(1) Mobile World Congress is right around the corner…let us know if you’re going to be there! (2) With the incredible amount of sensor applications being discussed (for instance, these, this one, and these), it’s obvious that the algorithm requirements are going to continue to grow and diversify.  Given that, the idea of an ASIC-based […]

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5 Things…About CES 2014

Welcome to a new, semi-regular feature here at QuickLogic HotSpots, “5 Things”, where we’ll discuss 5 topics on recent events, products, news, etc… So, rather than belabor the point, lets roll with: “5 Things About CES 2014” (1) Curved televisions aren’t the answer to low margins in the flat panel industry.  The incremental viewing experience […]

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A Few Recent Articles on QuickLogic

Greetings! For those who haven’t yet seen these, a couple of very good articles were published on QuickLogic and our new Ultra-Low Power Sensor Hub in the past few days.  Links to the articles are below. From SeekingAlpha.com: QuickLogic: Is The New Sensor Hub A Game Changer? From Globes.co.il: Thoughts on Las Vegas From eejournal.com: […]

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