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BrainChip begins mass production of its neuromorphic AI chips

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AI technology company BrainChip (ASX:BRN) announced that it has begun volume manufacturing of is Akida AKD1000 neuromorphic processor chips for use in edge AI devices.

The chip was designed in collaboration with Socionext, a global developer of advanced SoC (System on Chips) solutions. Socionext has released the production version of the AKD1000 chips to Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing company for mass production. Units are expected to be available by August 2021.

Brainchip will begin to supply the chips to customers in strategic end markets… READ MORE

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