Category Archives: Corporate

Nov 16
1

Now is the Time for eFPGA Technology

Embedding FPGA technology into SoC designs isn’t really a new idea. In fact, at QuickLogic we’ve been doing it for nearly two decades, starting with our FPGA/hard PCI controller SoC all the way back in 1999. The value proposition was the same then as it… read more »

Also posted in eFPGA, SoC
Oct 12
2

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 »

Also posted in eFPGA
Sep 6
4

Can You Hear Me Now?

During Q1, I discussed our first significant engagement for a hearable device, and during Q2, I announced that we won that and other hearable designs that are currently scheduled for production during Q4 2017. I am pleased to state we have seen a substantial increase… read more »

Also posted in eFPGA, EOS, IoT
Aug 29
0

Win, win, win, and win

This past week, I was invited to participate in a panel discussion at the MindMotion Developer Conference in Shenzhen, China.  Other participants included several semiconductor industry veterans and luminaries, one of whom was the very well respected “father of MCUs in China”, Mr. George Zhou. … read more »

Also posted in EOS
Jun 23
0

Building Momentum in China!

I’m very excited to announce that our CFO, Dr. Sue Cheng and I will present the QuickLogic story at the Reach China Investment Conference in Beijing on Tuesday, June 27th. The Reach China Investment Conference focuses on small companies with high growth potential. This is… read more »

Also posted in eFPGA, EOS
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