Demos and Presentations
Tachyum engineering teams are working hard to bring Prodigy to market. You can see the progress we are making in our development updates and demo videos.
Experts from Tachyum have spoken about various topics such as artificial intelligence or high-performance computing on stages all around the world. You can watch the recordings of these presentations all in one place.
LLVM Ported to Tachyum Architecture
Partners & Associations
Tachyum is proud to announce that it has become a member of several industry associations in the technology sector, such as GSA, JEDEC, IEEE, OpenBMC, UEFI, Open Compute Project, Open Euro High Performance Computing Project (OEUHPC), Gaia-X (European Association for Data and Cloud).
As a member, Tachyum will contribute its expertise to panels and working groups, and participate in scheduled events. It will also enable key Tachyum management to network and engage with other member companies.
Tachyum AI University
Tachyum engineers and experts give lectures at various universities, and speak at technology conferences and other international events, on the impact of new technologies, and the newest trends in high-performance computing, artificial intelligence, and machine learning.
However, one does not have to be a university student or visit these events to get access to these lectures. We will put together the most interesting videos and place them on our website so anybody can watch them.
Data Analytics Meetings
Our software engineers are working hard to enable the full potential of the Tachyum Prodigy® Universal Processor from day one with a rich ecosystem of applications, system software, and frameworks and libraries that are ported to run natively on Prodigy.
Furthermore, the Prodigy ecosystem is continuing to grow with an exciting roadmap that is constantly adding new software.
In addition, Prodigy is able to run binaries for x86, Arm, and RISC-V, enabling quick, easy, out-of-the-box testing and evaluation for customers and partners using their existing ISA before running their applications natively on Prodigy.