The Linley Group announced that it will hold the annual Linley Spring Processor Conference on April 6-9, 2020 as a virtual event. Attendees will be able to view live-streamed presentations and interact with the speakers during Q&A and breakout sessions daily from 9:00am – 1:00pm Pacific Daylight Time (noon – 4:00pm Eastern).
Interested in next-gen #AI processors & IP cores? Virtually attend the Linley Spring Processor Conference Apr 6-9. Live-streamed presentations + breakout sessions. Details: https://www.linleygroup.com/SPC20 #linleyconf #deeplearning #Edge #IoT #Automotive #ML #DL
The program features more than 20 technical talks from industry experts on the latest processors and IP cores for AI (artificial intelligence) applications, automotive, embedded, data center, IoT, and communications.
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The conference will showcase 4 new product and technology announcements:
- BrainChip will disclose new product details of the ADK1000, an event domain neural-network IP and SoC (NSoC) device.
- CEVA will introduce a new scalable vector DSP architecture for contextual awareness processing.
- Synopsys will introduce a new highly-scalable multiprocessor cluster architecture.
- Tenstorrent will introduce a new AI architecture using a grid of powerful programmable processors.
- IBM Distinguished Research Staff Member, Geoffrey Burr, will present “Advancing Broad AI with Algorithms and Architectures for Digital and Analog AI Acceleration.”
- The Linley Group Principal Analyst, Linley Gwennap, will present “The Next Generation of AI Processors.”
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“The virtual format allows us to deliver the same high-quality technical content as our in-person events while enabling attendees from around the world to participate in the forum.” said Linley Gwennap, founder and principal analyst at The Linley Group. “We’ve added live breakout sessions to allow attendees to interact directly with the speakers for in-depth discussions.”
Sponsoring companies include Arm, Flex Logix, Intel, SiFive, GrAI Matter Labs, Arteris IP, BrainChip, SiMa.ai, Mellanox, CEVA, Synopsys, Cerebras, Tenstorrent, Marvell, Rambus, Groq, Cadence, Centaur Technology, Khronos, EDACafe, and SemiWiki.