Kalray, the inventor of Supercomputing on a chip™, is pleased to announce its participation at Hot Chips 27, taking place August 23rd to 25th in Cupertino, CA USA.
Benoît Dupont de Dinechin, Kalray CTO, will present at the symposium. His presentation, titled “Revisiting DSP acceleration with the new generation of highly demanding embedded applications”, will take place on Monday, August 24th during the “Multimedia and Signal Processing” session, and will introduce the new generation of manycore processors, such as Kalray MPPA®, in the context of some of the most demanding automotive, industrial, medical, and aerospace applications.
The presentation will use the example of the autonomous vehicles of the future to highlight some key industry challenges including the need for processors to run a large set of highly critical and heterogeneous functions while complying with the strict regulatory standards and certifications required by the automotive industry.
As a conclusion, it will explain how Kalray Supercomputing on a chip™ architecture can overcome these challenges by enabling the processing of multiple compute-intensive heterogeneous applications at very low power and without compromising time-critical operations.
Benoit Dupont de Dinechin is the Chief Technology Officer at Kalray. He brings more than 20 years of experience and technical expertise in software engineering, parallel computing, processor design and compiler tools development. National fellow at STMicroelectronics, Benoit led the development of the ST120 VLIW-DSP core and the development of the production compiler of the VLIW family. Prior to join STM, Benoit served at Cray Research where he contributed to the Cray-T3E production compilers. Previously, he worked for the CEA where he was specialized in high performance computing. Benoit holds a PhD in Computer Science from the “Université de Paris 6”, France, and a master?s degree from ENSAE, France. He was invited scientist at the McGill University, School of Computer Science, Canada. He authored more than 40 publications in conferences or technical journals and holds nine patents.
Kalray is a fabless semiconductor company and pioneer in developing many-core processor solutions. Its innovative MPPA® architecture uniquely delivers supercomputing on a chip™, enabling real-time acceleration for cloud applications in video, networking, telecom and big data, and embedded high performance computing for embedded applications in aerospace, defense and automotive.
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