Low power AI and DSP processors for hearables and IoT devicesIrina Sizova2023-08-29T15:00:52+02:00
We are a fabless semiconductor company, based in Grenoble, France. We design highly efficient and easy to program ultra-low-power RISC-V processors. They interpret and transform rich data sources such as images, sounds and radar signals using AI and signal processing.
Our application processor GAP8 enables embedded machine learning in battery-operated IoT Sensors. It allows image sensors for applications like people counting and attention awareness to run for years on a single AA battery.
Our second-generation GAP9 processor revolutionises TWS products with ultra-low latency noise cancellation, neural network-based background elimination and 3D sound.
“GAP9 is a remarkable ultra-low-power processor engineered for versatile AI workloads. With Aizip’s robust and efficient models, GAP9 will enable many of the world’s most efficient AI solutions in vision, audio, and more.”
“GreenWaves’ GAP9 represents a game-changing advancement in ultra-efficient low-power AI and DSP processing. Our collaboration with GreenWaves enables cutting-edge speech enhancement software in the smallest devices, fuelling a revolution in AI-powered audio processing.”
“We were able to port Cyberon’s versatile, extendable voice command recognition engine, DSpotter to GAP9 in under a couple of weeks and are achieving the best energy efficiency that we have seen on any processor.”
“IDUN audio’s dynamic spatial audio (DSA) platform allows for a vast amount of configuration possibilities. Having an application processor like GAP9 available really allows us to demonstrate the full extent of the DSA platform’s possibilities. At the same time, we are able to keep the power consumption low enough to run comfortably inside wireless headphones.”
“GAP9 gives SEGOTIA flexible, low-energy compute power that allows us to combine Neural Decoding with Advanced Audio machine learning and signal processing to enable our customers to introduce revolutionary features to their hearing products.”