Aspinity's RAMP (Reconfigurable Analog Modular Processor) technology is a neural-inspired processing platform that brings the versatility, performance, and consistency of digital systems into the more efficient analog domain.
The traditional neuromorphic computing concepts developed by Carver Mead in the 1980s used analog circuits to mimic neural systems. However, translating these large-scale analog neuromorphic concepts into deployable products has been stymied by challenges associated with low-power analog circuit design, such as offsets, PVT, and precise control of biasing for a large number of variables.
Aspinity has overcome these implementation hurdles by developing RAMP technology, the world’s first programmable analog neuromorphic processor. The RAMP platform leverages new and innovative analog processing techniques to finally actualize neuromorphic computing concepts, enabling a scalable analog processing platform.