Five Minutes With… Timothy Saxe, Sr. VP/CTO, QuickLogic

November 4, 2015
QuickLogic designs ICs for wearable space, an area that is quite crowded. As I learned in my Five Minutes With... segment with Timothy Saxe, the company's Senior VP and CTO, they aim to separate themselves from the crowd by offering devices with very low battery life. Depending on the application, they claim they can get up to six months on a charge. They do that by "owning" the processor within the sensor. Part 2 of that discussion had to do with security, which seems to rear its head in most IoT discussions.
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