Deep neural network processor company Syntiant has been invested in Microsoft M12.

According tomedia reports, Syntiant’s development of ultra-low power, high-performance, deep neural network processors makes it possible to provide artificial intelligence solutions for a variety of scenarios. It has the industry’s lowest power processor for voice and sensor applications that are always on. Compared to today’s MCU and DSP solutions, Syntiant’s processors deliver approximately 100 times more power efficiency and 10x throughput in half of the mold size, providing the highest performance, lowest power consumption, and lowest cost solutions.

Deep neural network processor company Syntiant has been invested in Microsoft M12.

Syntiant announced today (August 4 local time) that it has completed a $35 million Round C financing from Microsoft venture fund M12 and others.

Samir Kumar, managing director of Microsoft M12, said: “Syntiant’s first-class power performance makes neural network-driven intelligent environment structures a reality on tiny edges. We now see Syntiant implement its execution strategy and set a new benchmark, which is unprecedented for a young AI chip company that has shipped a large number of new customers. “

Kurt Busch, CEO of Syntiant, said, “We are proud that we have provided deep learning voice solutions to our global customers and that some of the world’s leading technology investors are supporting our growth. “