Machine Learning Platform A Double Award Winner

For its TENSAI AI platform based on the Arm Cortex-M3 processor, Eta Compute received two industry awards at Arm TechCon: Best Use of Advanced Technologies and Design Innovation of The Year. The Best Use of Advanced Technologies award is for delivering an image classification neural network (CNN) consuming only 0.4 mJ per image. A previous published design running the same CNN on a different processor consumed 13 mJ per image, a 30x increase in energy consumption.


The company received the Arm TechCon Design Innovation of The Year award for its third-generation MCU. The device includes patented delay insensitive asynchronous logic (DIAL), which enables dynamic voltage frequency scaling and near threshold voltage operation. It uses an Arm Cortex-M3 processor and operates below 1 MHz to over 100 MHz with power consumption as low as 4.5 µA/MHz. For more information visit EtaCompute or email [email protected]

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