UltraSoC extends on-chip analytics architecture for the age of ML, AI and parallel computing

February 20, 2019 //By Wisse Hettinga
UltraSoC extends on-chip analytics architecture for the age of ML, AI and parallel computing
The architecture addresses complex multicore systems for automotive, storage, at-scale computing

UltraSoC today announced a significant extension of its embedded analytics architecture, allowing designers and innovators to incorporate powerful data-driven features into their products. Developers in the automotive, storage and high performance computing industries can now integrate even more sophisticated hardware-based security, safety and performance tuning capabilities within their products, as well as reaping substantial time-to-market and cost benefits of using UltraSoC in the system on chip (SoC) development cycle.

The new features allow SoC designers to build on-chip monitoring and analytics systems with up to 65,000 elements, allowing seamless support for systems with many thousands of processors. Future iterations will allow even higher numbers of processors for Exascale systems. In addition to this dramatically improved scaling capability, new System Memory Buffer (SMB) IP allows the embedded analytics infrastructure to handle the high volumes of data generated by multicore systems, and to cope with “bursty” real-world traffic.

The new UltraSoC architecture is capable of monitoring effectively unlimited numbers of the internal building blocks that make up the most complex SoC products – and to analyze the impact on system-level behavior of the interactions between them. Such heterogeneous multicore chips are becoming increasingly common, particularly in enabling the artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies required in leading edge applications such as driverless cars.

More information at www.ultrasoc.com

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UltraSoC has appointed Redtree Solutions as its European technical sales representative to support UltraSoC’s embedded analytics. 


Embedded analytics IP vendor UltraSoC Ltd. (Cambridge, England) has licensed its technology for use by C-Sky Microsystems Co. Ltd. (Hangzhou, China), a processor company that was acquired by Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. earlier this year. 



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