About Ambiq Micro

Ambiq Micro is a semiconductor company that has developed breakthrough technology based on our patented Subthreshold Power Optimized Technology (SPOT™) platform that dramatically reduces the amount of power consumed by ICs. We help innovative companies around the world develop differentiated solutions for energy critical applications. Read more.

Join the low power revolution

Batteries deserve a better life. Let’s work together to give batteries (and the systems they are in) the life they deserve. Ambiq Micro is leading a low power revolution and we need people willing to help make that dream a reality.

GSA 2015 Awards Nominee

The Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA) has nominated Ambiq Micro as a finalist for its "Start-Up to Watch” award. The final accolade will be given to two companies that demonstrate innovative use of semiconductor technology to positively change their markets, or the semiconductor industry in general. Winners of the award will be determined by the GSA’s Private Awards Committee, comprising members of the Emerging Company CEO Council, venture capitalists and select serial entrepreneurs in the industry. Read more. Read more.

R&D Awards recognize more than R&D

It’s a great honor for Ambiq to be nominated as a Finalist in the 2015 R&D 100 Awards. Now in their 53rd year, the awards recognize excellence and innovation in a broad range of industries, from biotech and materials science to electronics and software. Read more.

Elektra 2015 Awards nomination

Ambiq Micro has been nominated as a finalist in the Elektra 2015 Awards. The Elektra’s are in their 13th year and celebrate the best the electronics industry has achieved over the past year. See the full shortlist visit the Elektra’s website..

CEO Interview: Ambiq Sees Broader Options for Low Voltage

Mike Noonen, recently appointed interim CEO at microcontroller startup Ambiq Micro, discusses the focus and opportunities for this pioneering company designing circuits that can operate below the threshold voltage of the constituent transistors. Read more.