Category Archives: 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 Corporate, EOS, IoT
Jul 11
0

Press Coverage on eFPGA

eFPGA Video Interview from DAC Mao Wang, eFPGA Product Marketing Director, comments on what is unique about QuickLogic’s eFPGA.  Watch Video interview by Gabriele Saucier, Design and Reuse. https://www.design-reuse.com/video/view/437/efpga-comes-of-age.html   eFPGA Podcast from DAC Owen Bateman, Director of Sales, North America & EMEA, comments on how an… read more »

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 Corporate, EOS
Jun 16
0

eFPGA Replaces Crystal Ball

QuickLogic’s CTO Dr. Tim Saxe comments on the emergence of embedded FPGA (eFPGA) technology and why it is happening now. https://blog.globalfoundries.com/efpga-replaces-crystal-ball/

Also posted in Corporate
May 31
0

SoC Developers, You Have Our Full Support

You might have seen our recent announcement regarding the fact that we’re opening an eFPGA support center in Taiwan. The reason this announcement is so significant is that it demonstrates the depth of our commitment to eFPGA technology for SoC developers. We’ve already spoken at… read more »

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