The big power-saving effort that kept U.S. data-center power consumption low for the past decade may not keep the lid on much longer.
Anush Mohandass, vice president of marketing and business development at NetSpeed, speaks about the different options available at the core and the edge, in this Semiconductor Engineering article:
Anush: “Should machine learning application run on devices at the edge or at the core? Those two options look very different on an SoC. The edge is more focused on latency and visual processing. The core is more of a processing analysis engine. There is not just one option, so we are likely to see significant effort in both places.”
Whether you are a hardware architect looking for cache coherency solutions to realize your ideas into silicon or a SoC designer looking for a high performance and efficient interconnect or a safety manager looking for solutions to build resilient, fault-tolerant systems—NetSpeed has a solution for you.
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