Consumer Electronics

  • IoT Devices Are Dead on Arrival Without Good Wireless

    Our new Wi-Fi® chip, CYW 43012, is here to provide you with the robust connectivity you’re looking for. On September 20, 2017, we hosted our inaugural Tech Trek event, focusing on our role in the Internet of Things (IoT). The event showcased Cypress’ vision for the IoT and our latest Wi-Fi solution. With a select

  • Constantly Connected: A Look at Wearable Trends

    The release of new and exciting gadgets each month shows that the explosion of connected devices is not slowing down anytime soon. Consumers are becoming increasingly connected in more ways than one – from their smartphones and laptops, to “wearing” their connectivity. According to research firm IDC, the wearables market will nearly double by 2021,

  • Cypress’s Maker of the Month: The Sonoma State University Smart Diaper Team

    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’s maker community involvement, check out our blog post on

  • Cypress Swoops in to Save the Day!

    We’ve got some exciting news to share, superhero fans! Every great superhero needs a fearless sidekick, just like every great technology innovator needs a steadfast partner. That’s why we’re sponsoring Mouser’s latest project, bringing comic book technology to life. In the ultimate team-up between tech giants, we’re pushing the boundaries of design to make fictional

  • Cypress is Attending Bluetooth World March 15-16

    Next week, Cypress will be attending the Bluetooth World 2016 conference at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. In a pivotal time for the industry, we will be joining over 700 participants and 90 speakers at the annual event to showcase our latest Internet of Things (IoT) and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) devices. Come by

  • Cypress Celebrates Design Innovations at CES 2016

    A few weeks ago, Cypress hit the floor of the 48th annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, joining nearly 3,800 exhibitors to showcase our latest innovations in automotive, Bluetooth Low Energy, USB type-C and wearable technology. This year’s highly-anticipated event had record-breaking attendance with over 170,000 tech enthusiasts coming together to celebrate cutting-edge innovations

  • Demonstrating Mandolin Tone Recognition with a PSoC

    Sree Harsha Angara, senior application engineer at Cypress, embarked on a project to recognize and record which musical notes he was playing on his newly-acquired mandolin. Using Cypress’ CY8CKIT-059 PSoC® 5LP Prototyping Kit, he built a mandolin to Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) bridge to record the notes he played on his computer. To read

  • Cypress’ USB Type-C Solution Portfolio Showcased at Intel Developer Forum

    Last week San Francisco was abuzz with excitement around the cutting-edge technology being displayed at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF). Cypress was front and center at the USB Community showcasing our innovative EZ-PD™ USB Type-C solutions. In a conversation with EECatalog, Ganesh Subramaniam, product family executive for USB Type-C at Cypress, summarized how USB Type-C

  • The 10th Anniversary of Maker Faire: A Vision of Tomorrow’s Engineers

    Makers are taking the Internet of Things at full force! Last month, Maker Faire Bay Area attracted the innovative and creative Makers from all around the world to celebrate its 10th anniversary. While walking through the 900+ exhibitions, I couldn’t help thinking I was seeing a vision of the future for the IoT. Part science

  • Join Cypress at Maker Faire Bay Area for Innovative Demos, Giveaways and More!

      Maker Faire Bay Area kicks off later this month (May 16-17) in San Mateo and we here at Cypress are looking forward to a weekend full of interactive exhibits and creative presentations highlighting the momentum of the Maker Movement and the technologies driving this industry, including the Internet of Things (IoT). Whether a seasoned