Ambiq

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Austin, TX 78730
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Ambiq Enables Intelligence on Endpoints with a Broadened Portfolio of Ultra-Low Power Processors - News

March 15, 2022

Ambiq® introduced an expanded Apollo4 SoC portfolio, including the latest Apollo4 Plus and Apollo4 Blue Plus with Bluetooth Low Energy connectivity with enhanced graphics display capabilities and more robust security features to protect power-constrained IoT endpoint devices without compromising power efficiency.

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Embedded Executive: Carlos Morales, VP of AI, Ambiq - Podcast

January 26, 2022

Sub-threshold technology has pushed microprocessor power levels down to places we have not seen before. 

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Winbond and Ambiq Enable Intelligent IoT and Wearables on Ultra-low Power - News

May 26, 2021

Winbond Electronics and Ambiq announced a collaboration to combine HyperRAM and Apollo4 to deliver ultra-low power system solutions for IoT endpoints and wearables.

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AP Memory Technology, Ambiq Partner to Provide Better Experience with Battery-Powered Intelligent Devices - News

March 30, 2021

AP Memory Technology is partnering with Ambiq to enable an enhanced experience in next-gen battery-powered intelligent endpoint devices.

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Low-Power MCU Family Goes Even Lower - Blog

September 15, 2020

Ambiq just announced the next generation of its SoC CPU family, named Apollo4. The parts are built on TSMC's 22-nm ULL process.

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Ambiq Micro's Subthreshold Power-Optimized Technology (SPOT) Platform Features CEVA's Bluetooth Low Energy IP - News

March 10, 2020

CEVA announced Ambiq Micro has licensed CEVA?s RivieraWaves Bluetooth low energy IP for use in its next-generation Subthreshold Power-Optimized Technology (SPOT) platforms.

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Embedded Executives: Scott Hanson, Founder, CTO, Ambiq Micro - Podcast

February 26, 2020

Everyone wants their personal device to run longer on a charge. While many of the processor vendors have made incremental improvements, Ambiq Micro seems to have turned the equation on its head.