Technology

  • From Gamer to Le Mans Race Car Driver – How Technology is Changing the Way We Drive

    For most of us, our experience with race car driving has typically been limited to: Watching NASCAR on TV. Getting behind the wheel as Mario. Cheering on James Hinchcliffe in the IndyCar series.  .@Hinchtown wins the @ToyotaGPLB! #INDYCAR #TGPLB https://t.co/1I2Xejdij6 pic.twitter.com/3ghsFf4DjF — IndyCar Series (@IndyCar) April 9, 2017 However, recent advancements in virtual reality (VR)

  • Spotlight: Celebrating the Awesome Dads at Cypress

    To celebrate Father’s Day this year we went around and spoke to a few dads about the ups and downs of parenthood, and we quickly learned that the dads at Cypress rock! They shared with us the silly and sweet moments of fatherhood and the lessons they have learned from their dads about being a

  • Cultivating Next-Gen Problem Solvers at Maker Faire Bay Area

    Techies, educators, tinkerers and problem solvers, unite! It’s that time of year again where makers from all over the world congregate to collaborate and explore new technology at the Maker Faire tradeshow series. This event celebrates the inventive, creative and resourceful spirit of the Maker Movement and we are thrilled to be part of this

  • Moms in Tech: Highlighting Some of the Amazing, Problem-Solving Parents at Cypress

    In honor of Mother’s Day on Sunday, we went around Cypress' HQ and asked a handful of incredible moms for a few words about being a parent in the tech industry. Some of the questions were: What is the most challenging thing about being a working parent in the tech industry? What benefits do you

  • Cypress: The Boundary-Pushing, Market Disrupting, Problem Solvers

    Armed with a new mission, a new PSoC architecture and the perfect crowd of embedded design enthusiasts, Cypress proved once and for all that Silicon Valley veterans truly can reinvent themselves. If you saw us at Embedded World this year, you probably noticed that we looked a little different. We reinvented ourselves with a fresh

  • Cypress’ Maker of the Month: Krishnaswamy Ramkumar

    The Maker of the Month series recognizes unique projects created by the maker community. At Cypress, we are committed to helping our customers (international OEMs and makers alike) bring their innovations to life with our easy-to-use software tools and programmable solutions. For more information about Cypress’ maker community involvement, check out the rest of our

  • The Mother of All Memory Challenges: Overcoming the Speed-Power Conundrum

    As circuit designers, system designers or board designers, we have time and again had to throw down the gauntlet and have been asked to achieve the fastest speeds with the least power dissipation. In the end, we always have had to compromise one thing for the other. Faster speeds come at the price of power,

  • Our Sensing the World Challenge Brings out the Maker in Everyone

    We love the creative and innovative ideas that makers from around the world have submitted to Cypress and Hackster’s “Sensing the World” contest. This contest was designed to showcase cool projects that use Cypress’ PSoC Analog Coprocessor. The PSoC Analog Coprocessor makes it easy to design sensor-based embedded solutions and leaves makers with no boundaries

  • Cypress Named Top 100 Places To Work For Women In India

    North American company, Working Mother Media, recently published their annual list of the 100 best companies for women to work at, but this time with an international twist: “Best Places for Women to Work at in India.” Here at Cypress, we are honored to be included in this well respected list. The annual release of

  • Cultivating the Next Generation of Cypress Engineers: A Q&A with Cypress University Alliance Director Patrick Kane

    The Cypress University Alliance Program (CUA) is a community of universities across the world using Cypress systems in teaching and research programs. The Cypress University Alliance Program includes free of charge access to Cypress’s full suite of software tools, as well as low-cost hardware development boards for research, graduate and undergraduate teaching. In May 2016,