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Canaan’s RISC-V based edge AIoT SoC adopted VeriSilicon’s ISP and GPU IPs

By March 13, 2024April 2nd, 2024No Comments

SHANGHAI–(BUSINESS WIRE)–VeriSilicon (688521.SH) today announced the integration of its Image Signal Processor (ISP) IP ISP8000, DeWarp Processor IP DW200, and 2.5D Graphics Processor Unit (GPU) IP GCNanoV into Canaan’s K230 chip, the world’s first commercial mass production edge AIoT chip supporting the RISC-V Vector 1.0 standard. This collaboration marks a significant advancement in the high-precision, low-latency edge AIoT solutions for a wide range of intelligent products, such as large-model and multimodal input edge terminals, 3D-structured light perception modules, interactive robots, open-source hardwares, as well as hardwares for smart manufacturing, smart home solutions and AI education.

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