Join Imagination at The Linley Fall Processor Conference features with virtual presentations that run half days on October 20-22 and 27-29, 2020. Presentations will address processors and IP cores for AI applications, embedded, data center, automotive, and communications. Attendees will be able to view live-streamed presentations and interact with the speakers during Q&A, breakout sessions, or scheduled one-on-one meetings.
Linley offers free admission to qualified registrants making it easy to participate. The conference is intended for chip designers, system designers, equipment vendors, OEM/ODMs, service providers, press, and the financial community.
Scalable Multicore Inference Engine for efficient compute at 100 TOPs
With applications scaling from edge-based speech recognition to ADAS object detection and tracking, the need for higher-performance and scalable AI accelerators is imperative. The challenge is to minimize the impact on area and power while maximizing the utilization of memory bandwidth. This presentation will introduce a new multicore AI accelerator that is highly scalable so as to enable the most demanding markets. A novel tilling approach has been adapted to make the best of the multicore architecture.
John Rayfield – Chief Technical Officer
John spent the early years of his career at Arm where he ran advanced R&D (architecture) and Technical Marketing. Since Arm, John has created and run technology start-ups both sides of the Atlantic, and John and his Code Red Technologies team was acquired into NXP in 2013. At NXP John ran the MCU, Architecture, Validation and Software teams. Most recently, with Cypress Semiconductor he was a VP of Engineering for the Compute and Connectivity Division.
John has a B.Sc. Hons EE from Brunel University and an M.Sc. in Digital Signal Processing from the University of Surrey.