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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

Aspinity Puts Neural Networks Back to Analog

Aspinity Puts Neural Networks Back to Analog

Junko Yoshida compares the Aspinity "analyze-first" approach to low power always-on sensing to alternative solutions. Read more

New Analog Solution Solves IoT Wake Word Battery Drain

New Analog Solution Solves IoT Wake Word Battery Drain

Battery-powered devices using RAMP for voice wake-up could last 10x longer than the current standard before needing recharging or replacement batteries. Read more

Sensors Expo 2019: Ultra-Low Power Edge Architecture Enables Always-on Sensing

Sensors Expo 2019: Ultra-Low Power Edge Architecture Enables Always-on Sensing

During Sensors Expo 2019, Aspinity will teach attendees how to save 10x power for always-on sensing with an analyze-first architecture Read more

Aspinity receives Governor's Award at the 2019 Innovation & Entrepreneurship Day at the WV State Capitol

Aspinity receives Governor's Award at the 2019 Innovation & Entrepreneurship Day at the WV State Capitol

One tech company originating from West Virginia University, has made a splash in the industry during the past few years, demonstrating the power and data benefits of using analog for always-on edge sensing. Read more