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  • Cypress Takes Over @ Maker Faire Shenzhen

    If there is one thing we've learned from the Maker community, it’s that Makers are creating and innovating across the entire globe. After our fun adventures at Maker Faire Seattle, we eagerly packed up our PSoC© projects and one-of-a-kind maker demos to head to one of China’s major tech hubs for Maker Faire Shenzhen. Makers

  • 5 Ways AI is Changing Our Day-to-day Lives

    Say hi to AI, because artificial intelligence is here and is becoming a fixture in our daily lives. From science fiction movies to TV shows and books, the potential of AI is being played up everywhere, and now we are seeing some of those long-awaited advancements finally come to life. While we are not yet

  • How You Can Make the Projects We Showcased @ Maker Faire Seattle ‘17

    We love showcasing the innovative ways makers use our technology. The maker community consistently creates out-of-the box projects, so it’s no surprise that Maker Faire is one of our favorite places. Recently, we packed up our favorite PSoC© demos and hit the road to “SEA” all the makers at Maker Faire Seattle. We were especially

  • This Day in History: The 30th Anniversary of The Legend of Zelda on the Nintendo Entertainment System

    Let’s take a journey to Hyrule, the iconic kingdom in The Legend of Zelda. The game’s protagonist, Link, and his difficult voyage to save Princess Zelda and fight Ganon is the stuff of … well, legends. Developed by Nintendo and debuted in Japan in 1986, The Legend of Zelda is credited for changing the gaming

  • Cypress’ Maker of the Month: Rochester Institute of Technology’s Motor-Assisted Wheelchair Team

    At Cypress®, we are all about solving our customers’ problems with our state-of-the-art solutions. We love problems because we are passionate about solutions. The Maker of the Month series recognizes unique projects created by the maker community and their design problems that were solved using Cypress technology. For more information about Cypress’ maker community involvement,

  • Cypress’ Maker of the Month: Sensing the World Contest Winner, Abdullah Sadiq

    At Cypress®, we are all about solving our customers’ problems with our state-of-the-art solutions. We love problems because we are passionate about solutions. The Maker of the Month series recognizes unique projects created by the maker community and their design problems that were solved using Cypress technology. For more information about Cypress’ maker community involvement,

  • 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

  • Introducing Cypress’ New CMO Chris Cook

    We are proud to welcome our newly appointed Chief Marketing Officer Chris Cook to the Cypress family! With more than 20 years of marketing and business leadership experience, Chris is passionate about enabling meaningful connections between brands and their customers. In the video below, Chris shares his vision for Cypress and emphasizes his commitment to

  • Data security concerns? Learn how to stay safe with internal error correcting SRAMs.

    Data security is a hot topic among hardware engineers these days, but did you know that the reliability of your system depends on the integrity of the data stored in the system’s memory? In turn, the integrity of the data in the memory depends on the atmospheric conditions around it? Alpha particles and gamma rays

  • Bringing to Life the Auto, IoT and USB Technology of the Future at CES 2017

    CES is where the most innovative companies gather to showcase the technologies that will shape our lives for years to come. The show debuted in 1967 showing off the latest transistor radios and black-and-white TVs. Now 50 years later, the show represents just how far technology has advanced since the late 1960s as we’ve moved