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Wearable sensor hub comes in under 150 microwatts

Update Time: 2019-12-20 21:51:04

QuickLogic Corporation (Sunnyvale, CA) introduced its new ArcticLink 3 S2 platform, the second CSSP solution in its Sensor Hub roadmap. This next-generation platform delivers double the customer-specific programmable logic capacity, four times the computational performance, four times the on-board algorithm capacity, and eight times the sensor data buffer storage while consuming 40% less power than the previous generation ArcticLink 3 S1. Other features include:

  • Second-generation Flexible Fusion Engine (FFE) — four times faster than previous generation.
  • 95% less active power than typical MCU-based sensor hubs and 40% less power than the previous generation.
  • Dual, hardwired 32-bit multipliers for lowest power sensor algorithm math functions.
  • Hardwired SPI and I2C interfaces for optimized communication to sensors.

For more information on the ArcticLink 3 S2 platform, visit

QuickLogic is a fabless semiconductor company that develops low power, multi-core semiconductor platforms and Intellectual Property (IP) for Artificial Intelligence (AI), voice and sensor processing. The solutions include embedded FPGA IP (eFPGA) for hardware acceleration and pre-processing, and heterogeneous multi-core SoCs that integrate eFPGA with other processors and peripherals. The Analytics Toolkit from QuickLogic's recently acquired wholly-owned subsidiary, SensiML Corporation, completes the end-to-end solution with accurate sensor algorithms using AI technology. The full range of platforms, software tools and eFPGA IP enables the practical and efficient adoption of AI, voice and sensor processing across mobile, wearable, hearable, consumer, industrial, edge and endpoint IoT.


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