TechInsights is pleased to announce that the Linley Fall Processor Conference powered by TechInsights – a Hybrid Event, will be held in Santa Clara, California on November 1-2, 2022. If you cannot attend in person, tune in to our virtual livestream or watch the presentations OnDemand at your convenience.
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TechInsights is pleased to continue the semi-annual Linley Processor Conferences, established more than a decade ago. This year, the Linley Spring Processor Conference will return to Santa Clara on April 20-21, 2022 with a new hybrid format; if you can’t attend in person, you can tune in to our virtual livestream.
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Coming October 20-21, 2021
For more than a decade, The Linley Group has delivered the industry’s premier processor conferences. This year, the Linley Fall Processor Conference will return to Santa Clara on October 20-21, 2021. If you can’t attend in person, attend the virtual event on October 27-29 and November 3-5 with live Q&A… Read More
Some amazing hardware is being designed to accelerate AI/ML, most of which features large numbers of MAC units. Given that MAC units are like the lego blocks of digital math, they are also useful for a number of other applications. System designers are waking up to the idea of repurposing AI accelerators for DSP functions such as … Read More
Linley Spring Processor Conference Goes Virtual
We’re excited to announce that the Linley Spring Processor Conference will now be held as a virtual event. Attendees will be able to view live-streamed presentations and interact with the speakers during Q&A and breakout sessions. The virtual format allows us to deliver… Read More
At the recent Linley Fall Processor Conference in Santa Clara, Jack Kang, SiFive’s VP of Product Marketing introduced SiFive’s Core IP 7 Series.Designed to power devices requiring Embedded IntelligenceandIntelligence Everywhere,the cores allow scalability, efficient performance and customization. The Core IP 7 Series… Read More
Artificial Intelligence based systems are driving a metamorphosis in computing, and consequently precipitating a large shift in SOC design. AI training is often done in the cloud and has requirements for handling huge amounts of data with forward and backward data connections. Inference usually occurs at the edge and must be… Read More
Last week the Linley conference on mobile and wearables started with an overview and keynote address by the event’s namesake Linley Gwennap. His talk offered a few surprises and was informative all around. As you have seen recently reported here on SemiWiki, he sees smartphone shipments continuing to rise, but with a declining… Read More
We spend an inordinate amount of energy tracking the big chip – the application processor – in a mobile device. As we’ve seen this space is coming down to a handful of players. A more interesting competition is heating up around the APU for the rest of chips needed to make a phone.… Read More
One of our astute readers caught what looks like a major gaffe in the Linley Group mobile conference presentations from this week. It’s another indication of the speed of change in mobile markets and the instability that is giving Apple and others heartburn.
Here’s the chart in question:
The point of contention is who, exactly, … Read More