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At the RISC-V Summit 2020, Art Swift, CEO of Esperanto Technologies, announced the development of a chip based on the open source RISC-V architecture with more than 1,000 cores. The chip targeted at accelerating machine learning applications, becoming the first of the AI processors family for Esperanto Technologies.

The chip Esperanto ET-SoC-1 64-bit, contains more than “1,000+ RISC-V custom cores with 23.8B transistors using TSMC 7nm manufacturing nodes.” It is designed to be power efficient, showing almost 100X better energy efficiency on key workloads. Due to this, there is a huge decrease in the energy costs in data centers.


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