QuickLogic to Address Always-On Power Solutions at Linley Tech Mobile Conference
(Marketwire Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) SUNNYVALE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/21/14 --
QuickLogic Corporation (NASDAQ: QUIK), the innovator in low-power Customer Specific Standard Products (CSSPs), today announced that its CTO, Dr. Timothy Saxe, will present "Combining Hardware Co-processing with Software to Solve the Always-on Power Problem," at the Linley Tech Mobile Conference on April 30 in Santa Clara. This two-day conference focuses on system design issues.
A truly "smart" phone can understand you and your environment through sophisticated signal processing algorithms. However, its strict power budget precludes using the AP or even a small MCU for the required signal processing. Dr. Saxe will discuss how QuickLogic solves this design dilemma by using a hybrid software/hardware approach. Attendees will learn how the CPU can manage the control functions and the hardware co-processors can manage the repetitive tasks to deliver a high level of capability with very low power consumption.
The QuickLogic presentation will be given during Session 3 of the conference, which is focused on delivering always-on capability.
Location: The Hyatt Regency Santa Clara, 5101 Great America Parkway, Santa ClaraTime: Wednesday, April 30, Session 3 from 2:50-4:30 p.m., PDTRegistration: To register, please visit:
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About QuickLogicQuickLogic Corporation is the leading provider of ultra-low power, customizable Sensor Hub, Display, and Connectivity semiconductor solutions for smartphone, tablet, wearable, and mobile enterprise OEMs. Called Customer Specific Standard Products (CSSPs), these programmable 'silicon plus software' solutions enable our customers to bring hardware-differentiated products to market quickly and cost effectively. For more information, visit www.quicklogic.com.
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