Nsitexe and Quadric begin joint development of automotive solutions based on proprietary IP processor cores

Nsitexe, a Japanese subsidiary of Denso with extensive experience in developing semiconductor solutions for various industries, and Quadric, a pioneer in high-performance edge computing, have announced a partnership. The subject of cooperation is the development of security solutions for automotive and other applications, including autonomous driving, "mobility as a service" (MaaS), and smart sensors. The starting point for development will be the IP processor cores created by quadric and Nsitexe. Nsitexe's RISC-V command cores are ISO 26262 ASIL D compliant, claiming to be ideal for automotive and other critical security applications.

The new Quadric parallel processor architecture is designed to meet the needs for high-performance computing and artificial intelligence in a number of market segments, including the Industrial Internet of Things, visualization, medical, automotive and 5G communications. The innovative architecture of the Quadric processor combines the advantages of Turing-completeness GPGPU programmability with the efficiency of a data-flow accelerator. Optimized for use with this processor, Quadric software enables developers to deploy versatile AI alongside classic digital signal processing and machine vision algorithms in a single solution.

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