Author Archives: Brian Faith

Brian
Brian is the CEO at QuickLogic. Brian has 14+ years experience including roles in marketing, engineering program management, and factory & field applications engineering.

Posts from Brian

Dec 16
3

QuickLogic’s New Partnership with GLOBALFOUNDRIES Brings Big Benefits

Recently QuickLogic announced that it has joined a cadre of industry leaders in partnering with GLOBALFOUNDRIES for its FDXcelerator™ Program.  (Other members of this program include key technology companies such as Amkor Technology, Mentor Graphics, Rambus, Synopsys, Amkor Technology, ASE Group, Infosys, Mentor Graphics, Rambus, Sasken,… read more »

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Nov 30
6

The “Everywhere” FPGA

We just announced our new ArcticPro™ eFPGA initiative.  While the “e” stands for “embedded”, it could just as easily stand for “everywhere”, as this program makes our latest FPGA technology available as an IP block to other companies designing SoC devices for the GLOBALFOUNDRIES’ 22FDX… read more »

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Jun 10
1

The Voice…

With apologies to Blake Shelton and Christina Aguilera fans, we’re not going to be discussing the latest results from the singing contest reality TV show.  Instead we’re going to talk about the rise of speaking as a convenient and practical way for us to interact… read more »

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Jun 1
2

Battery-Powered Voice Processing for IoT Applications

Smartphones with integrated sensors have really helped drive down the cost and power consumption of sensor-based solutions. Lower cost and lower power sensor-based solutions have, in turn, enabled the “Internet of Things” (IoT) market to become established. However, IoT applications are different than smartphone applications… read more »

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May 17
1

What Do Dick Tracy and Asian Telecom Customers Have in Common?

Way back in 1946, comic strip author Chester Gould introduced the concept of a two-way wrist radio which enabled his detective character Dick Tracy to easily communicate with other members of the police force. At that time, the battery and electronic technology available wasn’t even… read more »

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