Flex Logix
InferX is

InferX IP is licensable IP that you can incorporate in to any SoC, ASIC or chip solution to accelerate AI. At this time InferX IP is in development, more details coming in Q1 2023.

 

eFPGA

Accelerate workloads and make your SoC flexible for changing needs.


eFPGA proven on 6/7, 12, 16, 22, 28, 40 & 180nm.

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FLEX LOGIX OPENS UP LICENSING ACCESS TO ITS INFERX AI TECHNOLOGY

FLEX LOGIX OPENS UP LICENSING ACCESS TO ITS INFERX AI TECHNOLOGY

New strategic approach will accelerate market adoption of Flex Logix reconfigurable computing architecture, across multiple platforms Flex Logix Technologies, Inc. announced that it has opened access to its edge inference AI solutions. Available in early 2023, device manufacturers and systems companies who design chips can now license Flex Logix’s InferX AI technology, enabling broader access to the company’s eFPGA and edge inference IP solutions.

FLEX LOGIX EFLX4K EFPGA IP CORE ON TSMC 7NM TECHNOLOGY NOW AVAILABLE

FLEX LOGIX EFLX4K EFPGA IP CORE ON TSMC 7NM TECHNOLOGY NOW AVAILABLE

Flex Logix brings reconfigurability to customers designing for 5G, SmartNICs, computational storage, networking, data centers, base stations, AI, and machine learning Flex Logix has completed porting and delivered the EFLX 4K eFPGA IP core, both the Logic and DSP versions, on TSMC 7nm technology to its lead customer for integration into a production ASIC. By making eFPGA technology available in 7nm with the leading foundry, customers can now develop devices with integrated FPGA that can be reconfigured after tape-out to adapt to new requirements, changing standards and protocols as needed while reducing power and end system costs.

Taking eFPGA Security to the Next Level Recording

Taking eFPGA Security to the Next Level Recording

5G, networking, cloud storage, defense, smart home, automotive, and others – are looking to embedded FPGAs (eFPGA) to save power and reduce cost. All these applications demand reconfigurability with lower power/cost, but they also require strong security. Listen to this webinar recording on SemiWiki anytime!