QuickLogic FPGA tools now available through Digi-Key
Digi-Key Electronics has announced that it has secured a global partnership with QuickLogic Corporation to offer the latter’s range of low-power, multi-core MCUs, FPGAs, embedded FPGAs, and voice and sensor processing tools through the Digi-Key Marketplace.
QuickLogic is a fabless semiconductor company that embraces open-source FPGA tools through the QuickLogic Open Reconfigurable Computing (QORC) initiative. With the addition of QuickLogic products to the Digi-Key Marketplace, customers now have a complete software and hardware ultralow-power solution, enabling them to go from idea to design within days. QuickLogic products are supported by many popular open-source software tools such as Zephyr, FreeRTOS, SymbiFlow and Renode.
Whether a customer is adding always-on wake word detection, deploying AI inferencing models at the edge/endpoint or wanting a low-power Arm Cortex-M4F MCU based on completely open-source software, the QuickLogic EOS S3 family of SoCs has a solution. The product portfolio includes the EOS S3 MCU Sensor Processing Platform, the EOS S3 Voice + Sensor Hub, EOS S3-AI, the QuickFeather Development Kit and the Qomu Development Kit.
“QuickLogic products are optimised for ultralow power consumption, making them ideal for IoT and consumer mobile applications,” said Anissa Lauer, Senior Product Manager – Marketplace for Digi-Key.
“In addition, the Basic Edition of the Analytics Toolkit from QuickLogic’s subsidiary, SensiML, is already available at Digi-Key. As a result, our customers now have a complete software and hardware solution enabling a more rapid ideation and design process.” SensiML’s Analytics Toolkit offers a complete AI development workflow for data collection, labelling, model generation and test/validation of embedded AI.
“Selling through Digi-Key Electronics broadens access to our products by providing engineers an easy way to order devices, kits and software tools,” said QuickLogic CEO Brian Faith. “We look forward to working with Digi-Key to expand our reach.”
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