In eeNews by Peter Clarke.
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.
Dave Ditzel, founder and CEO of Esperanto, described the work with UltaSoC as collaborative design. “Esperanto’s goal is to make RISC-V the architecture of choice for the most demanding AI and machine learning applications,” he added in a statement. “Developing and debugging software utilizing thousands of RISC-V cores will be easier with the advanced analytics that UltraSoC’s IP will provide.”