Webinar on Post-Quantum Cryptography on eFPGAs

QuickLogic Corporation, a developer of embedded FPGA (eFPGA) IP, ruggedized FPGAs, and Endpoint AI/ML solutions, will be hosting a joint webinar with Xiphera on the topic of Post-Quantum Cryptography (PQC) on eFPGAs.

In today’s rapidly advancing quantum technology landscape, our current information and network security infrastructure faces unprecedented risks. To address this growing concern, QuickLogic invites you to join them for an insightful webinar on how to secure the future with Post-Quantum Cryptography on eFPGAs.

The webinar will cover several key takeaways, including understanding the quantum threat and its implications for cybersecurity, effective strategies for mitigating the quantum threat through PQC, and implementing hybrid encryption schemes that combine traditional and post-quantum cryptography using eFPGAs.

Attendees will also learn about harnessing the customizable features of eFPGAs to optimize power, performance, and area, as well as leveraging eFPGAs to achieve maximum protection with PQC.

The webinar will be held on Wednesday, September 20, 2023, at 10:00 AM Pacific Time. Participants can register for the live event via Zoom on the QuickLogic website.

QuickLogic Corporation is a fabless semiconductor company that specializes in developing innovative embedded FPGA IP, discrete FPGAs, and FPGA SoCs for a variety of applications, including industrial, aerospace and defense, edge and endpoint AI, consumer, and computing. The company’s wholly-owned subsidiary, SensiML Corporation, complements its product portfolio with AI/ML software that accelerates AI at the edge/endpoint.

Join QuickLogic and Xiphera for this webinar to gain valuable insights into securing your future with Post-Quantum Cryptography on eFPGAs. Don’t miss the opportunity to stay ahead of the evolving quantum threat and protect your information.


– QuickLogic Corporation (quicklogic.com)
– PRNewswire (prnewswire.com)

– eFPGA (embedded FPGA): A field-programmable gate array (FPGA) integrated into a larger system on chip (SoC) or application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC).
– PQC (Post-Quantum Cryptography): Cryptographic algorithms that are resistant to attacks from quantum computers.