UltraSoC helps Esperanto design 4k processor chip: Page 3 of 3

May 08, 2018 //By Peter Clarke
UltraSoC helps Esperanto design 4k processor chip
Startup processor developer Esperanto Technologies Inc. (Mountain View, Calif.) is making use of the analytics IP from UltraSoC Ltd. (Cambridge, England) within its artificial intelligence chip that is projected to contain more than 4,000 64bit processor cores on 7nm manufacturing technology.

Rupert Baines, CEO of UltraSoC, added: "We wanted to provide a standard design and debug ecosystems. It's a new architecture but it has to be made easy to use. We are already capable of multicore support but this is a new scale of multicore. So with processors operating at gigahertz frequency there is a huge amount of raw data. It is up to us to find the information that is meaningful. To act as a bridge to the world of tools and IDEs.

UltraSoC has taken a leading role within the RISC-V Foundation and provides the industry’s first – and still only – commercial RISC-V debug solution.

Related links and articles:

www.esperanto.ai

www.ultrasoc.com

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