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Aspinity at MSEC 2019

Aspinity at MSEC 2019

Highlights from the Aspinity presentation and the other MEMS and Sensor innovations that were showcased at MSEC 2019 Read more

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