QuickLogic Corporation, a developer of ultra-low power multi-core voice-enabled SoCs, embedded FPGA IP, display bridge and programmable logic solutions, announced that Shinko Shoji, a QuickLogic distributor, will be demonstrating an EOS S3 module and evaluation board designed to support IoT and other applications at CEATEC (Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies) Japan from Oct 3rd-6th at Makuhari Messe, Chiba, Japan.
The Shinko Shoji evaluation system makes it easy for customers to evaluate the capabilities of the QuickLogic EOS S3 Sensor Processing Platform and for them to begin developing their own designs. There are two parts to the evaluation system. The first is the EOS S3 SoC device itself, mounted on a CPU Module with 9-axis sensors and FLASH memory, clock, and DC-DC converter. The second is an expansion board which includes a UART, I2C and GPIO ports, and a microphone and allows users to easily verify design functionality. The CPU module is 25mm x 25mm and features a 2.54mm bottom side ball pitch. It can be used independently (on a customer’s own board) or mounted on the expansion board. The module is supported by QuickLogic’s open platform reference software.
The EOS S3 CPU module and evaluation board samples are available now from Shinko Shoji.