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    1. | Midgard Times

      The Prodigy Supercomputer Chip Aiming To Compete With The Human Brain

      Tachyum’s mission statement is an ambitious one – to make a chip that can support AI with the same scale and processing power as a human brain, and then some.

    2. | The Register

      Tachyum says someone will build 50 exaFLOPS super with its as-yet unfinished chips

      Tachyum’s first chip Prodigy hasn’t even taped out - let alone gone into mass production - but one customer has, we’re told, committed to buying hundreds of thousands of the processors to power a massive 50 exaFLOPS supercomputer. Compared to the largest supercomputers in the US, the machine detailed by Tachyum is much, much larger.

    3. | TechRadar Pro

      This YouTube video shows tiny Intel rival running x86 code in emulation — weeks after announcing 192-core monster CPU

      Tachyum has reached a key milestone in its bid to unseat several industry heavyweights

    4. | CoinMarketCap

      Tachyum Unveils Supercomputer with Over 50 ExaFLOP Performance

      Tachyum, a Slovak/US company, has revealed its groundbreaking supercomputer, expected to be operational by 2025, boasting an astonishing 50 exaFLOP performance, setting it 25 times ahead of contemporary systems.

    5. | eeNews Europe

      Tachyum to build 50 exaFLOP supercomputer

      The Tachyum supercomputer will have over 50 exaFLOP performance, 25 times faster than today’s systems and support AI models potentially 25,000 times larger with access to hundreds of petabytes of DRAM and exabytes of flash-based primary storage.

    6. | TMCnet

      Tachyum Books Purchase Order to Build System with 25,000x ChatGPT4 Capacity and 25x Faster than Current Supercomputers

      Tachyum announced that it has accepted a major purchase order from a US company to build a large-scale system, based on its 5nm Prodigy® Universal Processor chip, which delivers more than 50 exaflops performance that will exponentially exceed the computational capabilities of the fastest inference or generative AI supercomputers available anywhere in the world.

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    1. | FinancialContent

      Tachyum Adds LLVM for AI and Linux Rust Support

      Tachyum announced the expansion of its Prodigy software ecosystem with the addition of LLVM for AI and Linux Rust support. This is the latest addition to an already rich and robust collection of applications, system software, frameworks and libraries running under QEMU emulation and tested by FPGA emulation in advance of Prodigy chip production.

    2. | IoT Now

      Tachyum expands Prodigy’s value with licensable TPU core for AI in IoT, edge devices

      Tachyum announced that it is expanding Tachyum Prodigy value proposition by offering its Tachyum TPU (Tachyum Processing Unit) intellectual property as a licensable core.

    3. | Hosting Journalist

      Tachyum Licenses Its TPU Core IP: Elevating Data-Center-Trained AI

      Tachyum is enhancing the unique value proposition of its Tachyum Prodigy by releasing the intellectual property of its Tachyum TPU (Tachyum Processing Unit) as a licensable core. This would enable developers to take full use of artificial intelligence (AI) that has been taught in data centers while developing IoT and edge devices.

    4. | Morningstar

      Tachyum Offers Its TPU Inference IP to Edge and Embedded Markets

      Tachyum is expanding the unique value proposition of its Tachyum Prodigy by offering its Tachyum TPU® (Tachyum Processing Unit) intellectual property as a licensable core, allowing developers to take full advantage of intelligent, datacenter-trained AI when making IoT and Edge devices.

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    1. | MarketWatch

      Tachyum FP8 Super-Sparsity Is Showing Path to Efficient Generative AI

      Tachyum announced the release of a new research paper to address how Prodigy , the world’s first Universal Processor, will transform the quality, efficiency, and economics of generative AI (GenAI).

    2. | Tom's Hardware

      Tachyum Prodigy Chip Now Has 192 Universal Cores

      This week, Tachyum said that by using the latest electronic design automation (EDA) tools it has managed to squeeze 50% more cores into its Prodigy processor while increasing die size by only 20%.

    3. | Electronicsclap

      Tachyum Breaks Boundaries with 192-Core Chip Following Shift to Cutting-Edge EDA Tools

      In a remarkable stride towards innovation, Tachyum has announced a groundbreaking achievement in chip design, propelled by the adoption of advanced Electronic Design Automation (EDA) tools. The Prodigy Universal Processor, a revolutionary creation by Tachyum, has undergone a transformative enhancement, boasting an astonishing 192 cores, up from its previous configuration.

    4. | eeNews Europe

      Tachyum boosts universal processor design to 192 cores

      Slovakian data centre chip designer Tachyum has boosted the number of cores in its Prodigy universal processor to 192 following a move to a EDA provider.

    5. | Semiconductor Digest

      Tachyum Achieves 192-Core Chip After Switch to New EDA Tools

      Tachyum today announced that new EDA tools, utilized during the physical design phase of the Prodigy Universal Processor, have allowed the company to achieve significantly better results with chip specifications than previously anticipated, after the successful change in physical design tools – including an increase in the number of Prodigy cores to 192.

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      Revolutionising Chip Design With Advanced EDA Tools

      Empowered by EDA tools, Tachyum’s Prodigy Universal Processor reshapes chip design by bridging conceptual gaps, enhancing efficiency, and unveiling exceptional chip specifications.

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      Tachyum’s Prodigy CPU Upgraded To 192 Cores Thanks To New EDA Tools

      Tachyum has upgraded the specs of its Prodigy HPC CPU by 50% which was made possible with the help of new EDA tools.

    8. | FinancialContent

      Tachyum Achieves 192-Core Chip After Switch to New EDA Tools

      After RTL design coding, Tachyum began work on completing the physical design (the actual placement of transistors and wires) for Prodigy. After the Prodigy design team had to replace IPs, it also had to replace RTL simulation and physical design tools. Armed with a new set of EDA tools, Tachyum was able to optimize settings and options that increased the number of cores by 50 percent, and SERDES from 64 to 96 on each chip.

    9. | Yahoo! Finance

      Tachyum Demonstrates Support for Xen Hypervisor

      Tachyum® today announced that it has completed porting of all the software necessary for chip validation on the Prodigy FPGA prototype before it is sent for tape out with the successful running of the Xen hypervisor on a QEMU software emulator.

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    1. | Pragativadi

      Odisha Delegation Holds Deeptech Roundtable with Top Silicon Valley Firms

      The Government of Odisha delegation today held discussions with senior leadership of semiconductor companies and Venture Capital firms, attended a major deep-tech roundtable, and interacted with the youth of Silicon Valley.

    2. | Semiconductor Digest

      Tachyum Unveils Path to Sustainable Green Datacenters

      Tachyum announced today the release of the white paper, “Tachyum Prodigy – Solution for Data Centers that are Hungry for Energy,” explaining how Prodigy, the world’s first Universal Processor, is ideally suited to help overcome increasingly excessive energy use in data centers.

    3. | BENZINGA

      Tachyum Unveils Path to Sustainable Green Datacenters

      Tachyum™ announced today the release of the white paper, “Tachyum Prodigy – Solution for Data Centers that are Hungry for Energy,” explaining how Prodigy®, the world’s first Universal Processor, is ideally suited to help overcome increasingly excessive energy use in data centers.

    4. | Electronicsclap

      Tachyum Unveils Beta Version of BMC/UEFI on Prodigy FPGA, Advancing System Software Maturity

      Tachyum, the company behind the world’s first Universal Processor, Prodigy, announced a major milestone today as it nears completion of software packages for customers and OEM/ODM partners.

    5. | The Wall Street Journal

      The Next Challengers Joining Nvidia in the AI Chip Revolution

      Nvidia has emerged as the leader in powering the early days of the artificial-intelligence revolution, but rivals big and small are looking to close the gap.

    6. | Semiconductor Engineering

      Startup Funding: June 2023

      Tachyum received a €26.4M (~$28.5M) grant from the European Commission. Tachyum develops a processor architecture that combines the functionality of CPU, GPGPU, and TPU into a single chip.

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