Tachyum Prodigy Native AI Supports TensorFlow and PyTorch

Tachyum press release on August 26, 2020

Tachyum’s AI instruction set demo


Tachyum Demo Shows Prodigy will be Faster than NVIDIA and Intel Chips

Tachyum press release on August 11, 2020

Prodigy executes instructions at speed correctly


Tachyum Prodigy is running x86, ARM, and RISC-V binaries

Tachyum press release on August 4, 2020

Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP/Perl/Python running natively on a Prodigy emulator

Installing and running emulated x86, ARM and RISC-V binaries on a Prodigy emulator

Running a web server built out from the mix of x86 and native binaries on a Prodigy emulator

Tachyum Prodigy Slides

Tachyum at ISC 2020

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Tachyum tries for Hyperscale Servers

from The Linley Group's Microprocessor Report

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EU Science Hub

Artificial Intelligence: A European Perspective

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Tachyum Prodigy Slide

Tachyum at Hot Chips 2018

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Tachyum Prodigy Slide

Tachyum at Flash Memory Summit 2018

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Tachyum Prodigy Announcement

Tachyum briefing at GLOBSEC 2018

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Steve Furber on Brain-Inspired Massively-
Parallel Computing

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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. 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.

Where industry leaders meet to efficiently and sustainably establish semiconductor ecosystem initiatives and standards.

JEDEC committees develop open standards for semiconductor components and subsystems.

The world’s largest technical professional organization for the advancement of electronics technology.

A consortium dedicated to proliferating open source computing solutions and designs.

Comes Together at The Linux Foundation in order to define the BMC Firmware Stack.

UEFI is dedicated to innovating firmware through industry collaboration.

SONiC is an open-source Network Operating System (NOS) community project of the OCP.

TCG is formed to develop, define and promote open, vendor-neutral, global industry specifications and standards, supportive of a hardware-based root of trust, for interoperable trusted computing platforms.