We’ll Be at Linley This Wednesday…

For those attending the Linley Tech Mobile Conference in Santa Clara this Wednesday, our very own Dr. Tim Saxe will be continuing his “speaking tour” with a speech entitled “Partitioning Between Software and Hardware is Key to Ultra-Low Power”, followed by a panel discussion, starting at 1PM local time. Additionally, we’ll be hosting an exhibit […]

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It’s a Busy Week at QuickLogic…

…just as we are getting over the taxi line-induced sore feet hangover of Mobile World Congress and last weeks IoT Summit, we’re off again in multiple places this week. Brian Faith, VP of Worldwide Sales and Marketing, and Andy Pease, President and CEO, are down at the Roth Conference.  The presentation from the Roth Conference […]

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Predicting the Future, 2015 Version, from Our Very Own CTO…

Our resident CTO, futurist, and marathoner Tim Saxe was featured in ECN Magazine’s recent panel on “What Will be the Must-Have Consumer Product of 2015“. Of course, his opinion may be somewhat biased, but there is no doubt that makers of smartphones and wearables are working towards devices which as always-on, and always-aware.  They want […]

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Press from Tim Saxe’s Panel Apperance at CES

Having just about recovered from the sore feet and taxi line extravaganza that is CES, I wanted to pass along a few bits of press from the show related to Tim Saxe’s appearance at the Getting to Low Power and Maximum Functionality through Sensor Fusion panel. EE Times – CES 2015: MEMS that Wearables/IoT Need Electronic Design – Q&A: […]

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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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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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The Paradigm Shift in Our Sensor Hub Approach

Semiconductor design engineers live and die by Moore’s Law – every 18 months, your device should shrink by 2 and be twice as powerful.  That law has served consumers well for many years, demonstrated by the fact that our smartphones today are significantly more powerful than the desktop PCs we worked on even last decade.  […]

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From Linley 2013

As we announced not too long ago, our resident tech guru, Tim Saxe (CTO of QuickLogic), presented at the Linley Tech Mobile Conference yesterday.  The presentation, entitled “Power is the Hidden Cost of Flexibility” is linked below. A summary of the presentation: Typically a discussion about power challenges in mobile devices focuses on the power […]

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Don’t Miss CTO Tim Saxe

Greetings.  If you are located near San Jose, I would encourage you to join myself and QuickLogic’s CTO, Tim Saxe, at the inaugural Linley Tech Mobile Conference on Wednesday, April 20th.  Tim’s going to be speaking about “Optimizing Battery Life and Sideloading Performance with USB Tunneling.”  I’ve seen the presentation, and it’s full of extremely […]

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