Author Archives: Brian Faith

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

Mar 12

Open Source ISA and eFPGA – Creating a New Platform Paradigm

You might have noticed that we just announced that we have joined the RISC-V (pronounced “risk-five”) Foundation. This is a group that came out of the Computer Science Division of the EECS Department at UC Berkeley, advocating the concept of open-source Instruction Set Architecture (ISA)… read more »

Posted in Corporate
Jan 11

Hello from CES!

QuickLogic is demonstrating some of our many customer’ products here at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. In particular, we are showcasing designs from a number of our customers who have chosen our EOS™ S3 sensor processing platform for hearable, wearable and… read more »

Posted in Corporate, EOS | Tagged
Jan 8

Getting Leading Edge Voice Enabled Products to Market Quickly

If you have any experience with the Apple Siri, Amazon Alexa, or Google Home voice-activated assistants (and you probably do), you have most likely gotten the sense that the way we interact with many of our electronic devices is changing dramatically. As we have been… read more »

Posted in Corporate
Nov 28

Leveraging Ecosystem Partnerships

  Today we issued a press release announcing a reference design that we developed in partnership with Nordic Semiconductor.  Nordic specializes in developing ultra-low power devices that enable wireless communications for long periods of time using small power sources.  Does their ultra-low power message sound… read more »

Posted in Corporate, EOS, Sensor Processing Platform
Oct 12

Software Before Silicon?

One of our mantras at QuickLogic has always been “software before silicon.” Why? Just as a computer is a useless collection of hardware without an operating system and applications software, the same is basically true for FPGAs without our customers’ designs mapped into our architecture.… read more »

Posted in Corporate, eFPGA
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