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Nvidia joins ARM’s Project Trillium, Intel’s brow gets visibly sweatier

ARM and Nvidia have announced a partnership that will combine Nvidia’s open source Deep Learning Accelerator software and framework (NVDLA) with ARM’s recently announce Project Trillium – to create a chip design that can be used for machine-learning and AI applications at the network edge. Essentially, this is a way for developers to take advantage of Nvidia’s development ecosystem, to more easily create applications for ARM-based chips. Project Trillium, announced in the run up to MWC, continues ARM’s strategy of designing chips that can then be licensed by other companies and manufactured. ARM had said that third-party designs could be integrated under the Trillium umbrella, and the Nvidia NVDLA seems to be the first instance of this. Strangely, Trillium won’t…

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