QuickLogic wins new contract for its FPGA IP used in chips made using GF 22FDX Platform

Date: 06/10/2023
QuickLogic said it has been selected by a prominent technology company for an eFPGA IP targeting the GlobalFoundries (GF) 22FDX platform. QuickLogic did not disclose the name of the customer due to confidentiality agreements.

QuickLogic’s eFPGA solution – powered by the Australian IP generator – was specifically selected by the client for its ability to deliver a bespoke version of their eFPGA IP in a quarter of the time since the contract was signed.

QuickLogic says it’s flexible eFPGA solution is optimized to align with the customer's specific requirements for Power, Performance, and Area (PPA) compared to alternate solutions that are limited to a "one-size-fits-all" tile approach.

"The selection of our eFPGAs for this 22FDX-based project underscores the strength of our technology and the Australis IP generator," said Brian Faith, CEO of QuickLogic. "Furthermore, with the increased rate of adoption of our eFPGA technology, and our more than three decades in the programmable logic business, customers are increasingly seeing QuickLogic as the lowest risk path to a solution that meets the technical requirements within their development schedule."

Source: QuickLogic