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Syntiant Introduces Company’s Most Powerful Chip

Named the NDP250

Syntiant, the Irvine-based artificial intelligence-focused chipmaker and software firm, has introduced its Syntiant NDP250 Neural Decision Processor, the company’s most powerful chip.
Built using the Syntiant Core 3 programmable deep learning architecture, the NDP250 is designed for numerous imaging, speech and sensor applications in power-constrained devices. They include person detection, object classification, automatic speech recognition, text to speech and motion tracking, among others.
“Compatible with a host of architectures while running multiple different layers simultaneously at significantly less power than existing solutions, the NDP250 with our new Core 3 engine is the ideal real-time speech interface for large language models, and can bring powerful AI to battery-powered, always-on vision applications in automotive security, appliances, cameras, smart displays and video doorbells. With the NDP250, applications that previously required power that was measured in watts can now be done with power measured in microwatts,” said Syntiant CEO Kurt Busch in a statement today.
For more details, see the April 22 print edition of the Business Journal.

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Kevin Costelloe
Kevin Costelloe
Tech reporter at Orange County Business Journal
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