Sondrel launched its new, quad-channel, IP reference platform that has been architected with ISO26262 applications and the integration of customer IP in mind.
Sondrel has added the SFA 300 reference design to its semi-custom SoC IP portfolio. Consisting of four-CPU clusters featuring 4 TOPS per channel of AI processing and 400 GOPS per channel of DSP performance, clusters can be daisy chained via the PCIe interface to create HPC solutions. The IP reuse solution enables the creation of differentiated AI, 8K video, blockchain, data analytics, and other high-performance data processing solutions by integrating customer-specific IP such that design time and cost can be reduced by up to 30 percent.
Reading, UK 25 March 2021. One of the things that sets Sondrel apart from other ASIC design companies is its heavy investment in R&D. The company invests a significant part of its annual budget on R&D programs to create new and better ways to manage the process of chip design.
Sondrel announced the release of a new family of reference designs that could reduce design costs, risk, and time by up to 30% compared to starting from scratch.
Sondrel announced it has released a 5nm design work in an effort to support foundries that offer 5nm nodes.