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The Distruptors: How Two Companies Are Reinventing The Semiconductor Industry

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A.I., IoT, and the explosion of digital video have changed the landscape for semiconductors and innovative approaches are needed to keep up with shifting demand. Join our Fireside Chat with two of the most creative leaders in the space as they share their thoughts on why the industry will never be the same.

Loic Leitar, CEO, GreenWaves Technologies
GreenWaves has GAP9 is designed for battery powered devices that need to process a lot of data. It offers a breakthrough combination of energy efficiency and computing power. GAP9 largely outperformed competition from large vendors and other start-ups in the first industry benchmark for this class of processors. It won the Embedded World 2023 Hardware award, in a competition among 90 applicants. Other finalists were Bosch Sensortec and Amazon AWS. Its ease of programmability, the ultimate key performance indicator for a processor, is unmatched, with GAP9’s lead customer, Qualcomm saying, “we do in 1 week with GAP9 what takes us 5 weeks with our current supplier.”

Michael Wishart, CEO,
Efabless is the first creator platform for chips. They apply open source and community models to enable a global community of chip experts and non-experts to collaboratively design, share, prototype and commercialize special purpose chips. Nearly 1000 designs and 450 tapeouts have been executed on Efabless over the past two years. The company’s customers include startups, universities, and research institutions around the world. Efabless is place where hardware and software developers, chip experts, students and researchers design, share, collaborate, fabricate and commercialize their own chips using chipignite and their Google-sponsored OpenMPW program that make the entire process simple, fast and inexpensive.


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