Partners Pump SoCs For AI

Esperanto has licensed NetSpeed's IP and intelligent design environment for its Supercomputer-on-a-Chip for artificial intelligence (AI) applications. Esperanto's 7-nm chip will integrate thousands of RISC-V compatible processors each with vector/tensor accelerators and all connected with NetSpeed's NoC IP.

 

AI applications demand new architectures to meet the need for unprecedented performance, sophisticated functionality and ultra-low power. Interconnect technology is a critical component of these architectures.

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Esperanto's ET-Maxion cores are designed to deliver high, single-thread RISC-V performance while the ET-Minion cores are designed for energy efficiency and high floating-point throughput, including vector/tensor acceleration. With thousands of 64-bit RISC-V cores on one chip, Esperanto will deliver TeraFlops/Watt of scalable computing performance for artificial intelligence, machine learning, and other applications.

 

For greater knowledge, visit NetSpeed Systems and Esperanto Technologies.

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