GrAI Matter Labs samples neuromorphic chip on board

GrAI Matter Labs samples neuromorphic chip on board
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French neuromorphic chip developer GrAI Matter Labs has developed a full-stack AI system-on-chip platform for inference in robotic applications. This is based on the companys’ PCIe M.2 development board. The VIP is a near-sensor board that contains the Life-Ready VIP chip with 16bit floating-point capability. The board is able to…
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French neuromorphic chip developer GrAI Matter Labs has developed a full-stack AI system-on-chip platform for inference in robotic applications. This is based on the companys’ PCIe M.2 development board.

The VIP is a near-sensor board that contains the Life-Ready VIP chip with 16bit floating-point capability. The board is able to understand transformations of signals produced by multiple sensors at the edge in robotics, AR/VR, smart homes, infotainment in automobiles and more.

The VIP chip is optimized for low latency and low power processing at the edge. It can reduce end-to-end latencies for deep-learning networks such as Resnet-50 to the order of a millisecond. The VIP processor is based on GrAI’s NeuronFlow architecture that combines the dynamic Dataflow paradigm with sparse computing to produce massively parallel in-network processing.

“GrAI Matter Labs has a pipeline of over $1 million in pre-orders, and we are thrilled to enable our early-access partners and customers in industrial automation, consumer electronics, defence and more, with our GrAI VIP M.2 cards sampling today,” said Ingolf Held, CEO of GrAI Matter Labs, in a statement. 

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