Jim Keller on AI, RISC-V, Tenstorrent’s Move to Edge IP
“My belief is in the next 5 to 10 years, RISC-V will take over all the data centers,” Keller told EE Times, adding that this is especially true for scientific computing and HPC. He said supercomputing could dominate even faster.
https://www.eetimes.com/jim-keller-on-ai-risc-v-tenstorrents-move-to-edge-ip/In a surprise move for a data center chip company, Tenstorrent recently licensed both its Tensix AI accelerator core IP and its Ascalon CPU core IP to LG Electronics. The Korean consumer electronics giant plans to use the Tensix IP at the embedded edge, in smart TVs and automotive chips. The two companies also plan to collaborate on future generations of RISC-V CPU, AI accelerator and video codec IP and/or chiplets. (LG spun out its own AI IP division in 2020).