Skip to main content

AI chip startup Synthara has completed an oversubscribed seed funding round to enable work on its ultra-low-power RISC-V SoC for AI processing in IoT devices. The company, a spin-off from the Institute of Neuroinformatics (INI) at the University of Zürich and ETH Zürich, plans to launch its first chips in 2022.

Synthara’s aim is to develop an AI processor for edge devices that eliminates the trade-off between performance and energy efficiency. The chip will be suitable for smart sensor applications such as wearables and other IoT devices.


Read the full article

Stay Connected With RISC-V

We send occasional news about RISC-V technical progress, news, and events.