At this year's HOT CHIPS, Jeff Rupley of Samsung presented the application processor that goes in their Galaxy S9 and S9+ smartphones. Apple only ever gives cursory information about their Ax chips, and I don't remember seeing a lot of ...
You may know something about deep learning and machine learning when it comes to visual applications. Using various filters (or convolutions) and other methods of interpreting visual data, the layers of processing that data can, for example, identify the subject of a ...
In this week's Whiteboard Wednesdays episode, Megha Daga Megha Daga describes the new Tensilica DNA 100 Processor IP for on-device AI. This AI processor delivers industry leading high performance and power efficiency across a full range of compute from 0.5 to 100s of ...
Today, at the beautiful Tegernsee resort outside Munich in Germany, Cadence announced their latest processor IP, the Tensilica DNA 100 Deep Neural-network Accelerator. This is a highly scalable processor with a range from 0.5 TMACS (tera multiply-accumulates per second) up to hundreds of TMACS. ...
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Scaling Up Vision and AI DSP Performance
For high-performance, low-power processing of AI and machine vision algorithms, latency can be critical. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Pulin Desai from Cadence Design Systems about the using the new Vision Q6 processor core for embedded vision and AI applications.
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In-Design DFM Accelerates New Product Design and Introduction Process
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Mixed-Signal Digital Complexity Explosion
Mixed-signal design is becoming increasingly complex, and our old tools and methods just won’t cut it. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Rod Metcalfe of Cadence Design Systems about the changing mixed-signal landscape and how Cadence’s robust suite of mixed-signal design solutions can solve your toughest problems.
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