Innatera Productizes SNN Accelerator As ‘Neuromorphic Microcontroller’

Neuromorphic chip startup Innatera recently productized its spiking neural network accelerator in the form of a neuromorphic microcontroller, designed for always-on sensing applications in consumer electronics and the IoT.


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De grootste investeringen in maart

Het eerste kwartaal van 2024 sluit af met een magere maand maart voor investeringen in startups en scaleups. Tegenover een paar klappers van tientallen miljoenen voor Mews, Eye Security en TheyDo stonden opvallend weinig pre-seed en seedrondes.

Innatera: 15 miljoen voor chip die brein nabootst

Innatera, een spin-out van TU Delft die zogenoemde neuromorfische chips ontwikkelt, haalde 15 miljoen euro op voor zijn processor, die mechanismen van de hersenen voor het verwerken van sensorgegevens nauwgezet nabootst. Het geld kwam van het Invest-NL Deep Tech Fonds en het Europese EIC Fund. Bestaande investeerders als Delft Enterprises lapten bij.

Met het verse kapitaal kan het bedrijf van ceo Sumeet Kumar de opstart van de massaproductie van de superzuinige processors versnellen, nieuwe toepassingen ontwikkelen en de samenwerking met klanten opschalen.

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Delft’s Innatera bags €15M for mass production of brain-inspired processor

Innatera Nanosystems has announced the successful closing of an investment round in which it has raised 15 million euros to bring its ultra-low-power neuromorphic processors to sensors and sensor-based devices. The money comes from Invest-NL’s Deep Tech Fund, the EIC Fund and existing backers MIG Capital, Matterwave Ventures and Delft Enterprises. It enables the TU Delft spinoff to accelerate the ramp-up of volume production, broaden the applicability of its products and scale up customer collaborations.

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Innatera raises €15m for neuromorphic edge AI

Dutch chip startup up Innatera has raised €15m for its neuromorphic edge AI technology.

The Series A round at Innatera is to scale up its production and broaden its customers for sensor-based edge AI applications using its neuropmorphic spiking neural network (SNN) technology.

The investment came from Invest-NL Deep Tech Fund, the EIC Fund, MIG Capital, Matterwave Ventures and Delft Enterprises.

“With the sensors becoming more complex it’s a large volume of data which needs to be sent into the cloud, and this simply takes too long and costs too much. That’s the reason why more of the processing is coming close to the sensor,” said Sumeet Kumar, cofounder and CEO at Innatera.

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Spin-off TU Delft wil chipmarkt veroveren

AMSTERDAM • Chipmaker Innatera heeft €15 miljoen opgehaald bij Invest-NL en een EU-fonds. Met het geld gaat de spin-off van de Technische Universi-teit Delft massaproduc-tie versnellen. Topman Sumeet Kumar ver-wacht dat zijn chips volgend jaar al in pro-ducten zitten die in de winkel liggen.

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Innatera Productizes SNN Accelerator As ‘Neuromorphic Microcontroller’
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Innatera Productizes SNN Accelerator As ‘Neuromorphic Microcontroller’

Neuromorphic chip startup Innatera recently productized its spiking neural network accelerator in the form of a neuromorphic microcontroller, designed for always-on sensing applications in consumer electronics and the IoT.


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Innatera shows RISC-V neuromorphic edge AI microcontroller
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Innatera shows RISC-V neuromorphic edge AI microcontroller

Dutch chip startup Innatera has shown its neuromorphic microcontroller for edge AI sensor applications based on the RISC-V open instruction set architecture.


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