SUNNYVALE, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 02/25/13 -- QuickLogic Corporation (NASDAQ: QUIK), the innovator in low-power Customer Specific Standard Products (CSSPs), will be discussing the challenges faced by designers of mobile devices and how QuickLogic addresses these issues by offering leading edge CSSP solutions at IIC China in Shenzhen. IIC is the largest show in China focusing on the latest electronic systems design solutions.
Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center
Fuhua 3rd Road, Futian Central District, Shenzhen
March 1, 2012
11:10 a.m. to 11:50 a.m.
Addressing Common Design Challenges in Mobile Devices:
Implementing New Functions, Increasing Power Efficiency and Creating an
Exceptional User Experience
The rapidly changing mobile landscape has challenged system designers and OEMs to expand the functionality of their devices to create product differentiation, extend battery life, and provide an exceptional user experience -- all while reducing development time and cost. The QuickLogic presentation will define specific problems faced by mobile device developers and explain how those problems can be resolved, using case-study examples.
QuickLogic solutions include the following:
Attendees will learn about these solutions and how QuickLogic CSSPs can offer them the economics of standard products together with the ability to quickly customize a design for market differentiation.
QuickLogic Corporation is the inventor and pioneer of innovative, customizable semiconductor solutions for mobile and portable electronics OEMs and ODMs. These silicon plus software solutions are called Customer Specific Standard Products (CSSPs). CSSPs enable our customers to bring their products to market more quickly and remain in the market longer, with the low power, cost and size demanded by the mobile and portable electronics market. For more information about QuickLogic and CSSPs, visit www.quicklogic.com
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