At EdgeCortix, we automate the design of AI accelerators for on-device deep learning. Our Dynamic Neural Accelerator IP, and performance optimized AI Software & Hardware Co-exploration framework, reduces time to market and brings massive cost savings across multiple industry verticals.EdgeCortix DNA IP Leads in Edge AI Inference Latency
EdgeCortix's DNA processor architecture and industry first AI hardware and software co-exploration engine enable adaptation of AI accelerator designs with focus on edge devices to operate in real-time, at significantly reduced cost, power consumption and size.
Our software stack seamlessly integrates with standard deep learning development environments, with the ability to optimize models once and deploy flexibly across existing platforms, including our AI specialized accelerator, Intel x86 architecture, Nvidia GPUs and Arm CPUs. Bringing a complete solution from efficient deep learning architecture search to edge deployment across different market segments.Ask About IP Licensing or Demo
Perception for Autonomous Vehicles, Advanced Driver Assistance Systems
Public safety, Traffic monitoring & surveillance, Video analytics
Predictive maintenance, inspection, machine vision
Intelligent assistance, voice recognition, battery optimization
Intelligent sensing & navigation, infrastructure inspection
Object tracking, security & surveillance, responsive retail advertising
Founded in 2019 in Singapore and Japan, EdgeCortix is on a mission to rethink chip design using AI driven automation, specifically geared towards multiple orders of magnitude improvement in energy-efficient, low cost, small time to market, edge devices with real-time deep learning capability.
We have the ambitious goal of enabling a distributed intelligent edge ecosystem driven by our efficient chip design, that complements a centralized cloud infrastructure. All this while keeping data private, enabling real-time compute and finally the ability to learn continuously from the real-world data. Using a novel
co-exploration framework and adaptive AI accelerator design, we achieve this by bringing innovative solutions to enterprises, and make edge devices intelligent while optimizing for memory, compute and energy while seamlessly integrating with existing AI infrastructure
Daniel Fujii is the President & CEO of Trust Capital Co., Ltd. Previously, Mr. Fujii was the Representative Director for Blackstone Group Japan. Before Blackstone, Mr. Fujii spent six years at Shinsei Bank as founder and head of its private equity practice. He has served on the investment committees for several private equity platforms dedicated to leveraged buyouts, retail, infrastructure, PIPES, corporate restructurings, and Greater China opportunities. He currently also serves as a Board Director of the Harvard Club of Japan, Asia Council Board of Phillips Andover, Board of Councilor for US Japan Council, Executive Committee of Silicon Valley Japan Platform, Founding Member of Asia Society Japan, Advisory Board of Asian Cultural Council Japan and Board of Trustees of American School in Japan.
Historian, statesman, and Israeli leader, Michael Oren served as Israel’s ambassador to the United States, as a Member of Knesset, and as Deputy Minister of Diplomacy in thePrime Minister’s Office. A graduate of Princeton and Columbia, he has taught at Harvard, Yale, and Georgetown. He holds four honorary doctorates and was awarded the Statesman of the Year Medal by the Washington Institute for NearEast Policy and the Dr. Martin Luther King Legacy Prize. Moving to Israel in1979, he served as a paratrooper in the IDF and participated in several wars, reaching the rank of major. Michael Oren was named by NPR as one of the best college commencement speakers ever, by Politico as one of the fifty most influential thinkers in America, by the Forward as one of the five most influential Jews in America, and by the Jerusalem Post as one of the ten most influential Jews worldwide.
Norishige (Noly) Morimoto graduated with BS of EE from Keio University and joined IBM in 1987 as a hardware engineer. After he earned a MS in Electronic Engineering and Computer Science from the MIT, hejoined IBM Research in 1995. In 2004 he led a company-wide collaborative project between IBM Research and IBM Business Consulting Services (IBCS) called On-Demand Innovation Services (ODIS) and worked as a managing consultant at IBCS to deliver new technology to clients and consulted innovation management process to various companies. In 2005 he returned to research to lead the hardware research group and in 2009, he was appointed to Director of IBM Research-Tokyo. In 2015, Noly took a new position as VP & CTO in IBM Asia Pacific, and since 2017, he served as the VP of IBM Research & Development in Japan. In 2020, he was appointed as a CTO of IBM Japan in addition to his previous role. Noly has more than 20 patents and has over 6000 research citations.