CES 2012: QuickLogic to unveil CSSP solutions that enhance mobile devices

QuickLogic Corporation, a provider of low-power Customer
Specific Standard Products (CSSPs), will demonstrate its CSSP solutions at the
2012 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.

Attendees will learn how CSSP
solutions are being deployed into leading-edge handheld mobile devices, such as
smartphones and tablets, to extend product battery life, enhance product
display viewability and increase product differentiation.

QuickLogic will discuss the recently
announced ArcticLink III VX series with VEE HD+ and DPO HD+, featuring high
definition visual enhancement engine HD+ (VEE HD+) technology, based on iridix
core from Apical Ltd., bringing exceptional image quality and facilitating
bright sunlight viewability.     


It will also feature High Definition Display Power
Optimizer HD+ (DPO HD+) technology working in concert with VEE to extend system
battery life up to 50 percent.


LVDS, RGB and MIPI DSI interfaces in a variety of
bridging, interface pass-through and duplication/bridging configurations
supporting up to WUXGA (1920×1200) resolution is also part of the main


QuickLogic will showcase the following:


1)      3G USB Data Cards from
multiple OEMs that demonstrate high speed USB Sideloading through the use of
QuickLogic CSSPs that integrate High Speed USB 2.0, SD/eMMC host controllers
and more.


2)      Next generation of
QuickLogic Smart Connectivity solutions with QuickLogic’s ArcticLink II CX
platform family.


By Telecomlead.com Team

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