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Neuromorphic Computing Rethinks AI Chip Design

Neuromorphic Computing Rethinks AI Chip Design

Nanalyze.com reviews AI chip design, the benefits of neuromorphic processing for low-power edge computing, and key players in this space. Read more

Tackling the Power Problem in Portable Voice-First Devices

Tackling the Power Problem in Portable Voice-First Devices

Aspinity discusses how the energy efficiency of the brain inspired the idea of an ultra-low-power analyze-first edge architecture for always-on applications and how it is enabled by the Aspinity RAMP technology. Read more

Analog Solution Enables Always-on Sensing

Analog Solution Enables Always-on Sensing

Steve Taranovich explains how a better understanding of our brain's efficiency in processing and analyzing sounds is leading to a lower-power edge processing solution for always-on sensing. Read more

Always-on-sensing: don't waste power in digits

Always-on-sensing: don't waste power in digits

Julien Happich discusses the Aspinity analyze-first architecture and how it can save 10x the power of a traditional digitize-first solution for low power voice or acoustic trigger and industrial vibration monitoring. Read more

Aspinity's Analog Neural Net Wake-Up Call

Aspinity's Analog Neural Net Wake-Up Call

The Aspinity RAMP analog neural processing chip enables an analyze-first architecture that is more power and data efficient for always-on sensing and voice wake-up. Read more