Lowering Power Consumption with the S2 LP

Hello, and thanks for reading! In QuickLogic news, we announced our ArcticLink 3 S2 LP today, a silicon variant of the standard S2.   The S2 LP offers a solution to OEMs who need the absolute lowest power for their wearable devices.  Now, the S2 LP does absolutely everything the standard S2 does — but […]

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TAG & TAG-N in the Wild, Plus Pricing!

Greetings! As the holidays approach, and we all get busy with our travel, shopping, and Tryptophan-induced naps while the Cowboys inevitably struggle through the 2nd half on Thanksgiving day, I wanted to share some news regarding our TAG platforms.  Our TAG wearable evaluation kit was demonstrated publicly a few weeks ago at the Wearable Sensor […]

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QuickLogic Introduces the New ArcticLink 3 S2

We announced our latest sensor hub platform today, the ArcticLink® 3 S2.   While I’ll be blogging numerous times over the next few weeks about the various capabilities and advantages of the platform (in depth in some cases), I’ll focus today on some high-level talking points that should be of interest to our customers and investors. […]

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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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