Glow, the open-source neural network compiler, stirred conversation during the Q&A portion of NXP's Industry Tech Days presentation. Why is this compiler so important for pushing intelligence to the edge?
September 04, 2020 by Hannah DeTavis
NXP’s MCU-based AVS solution provides OEMs with a fully integrated, self-contained, software and hardware solution that includes the i.MX RT106A MCU and a software implementation of a machine learning audio front end for far-field audio processing.
In partnership with Future Electronics
The Renesas RA4W1 is the first Bluetooth® 5.0 Low Energy fully compliant with 2Mbit High-Throughput (HT) and Long Range support. RA4W1 is geared towards IoT application requiring security, large embedded RAM, and low power consumption.
In partnership with Renesas Electronics
NXP has developed the world's first MCU-based implementation of Glow, a neural network compiler developed by Facebook, to accelerate machine learning at the edge applications.
In partnership with NXP Semiconductors
Explore the LPC55S16, an MCU well-suited for industrial and professional applications, thanks to its fast clock speed of 150 MHz, out-of-the-box support for communicating over a CAN-FD bus network, and low current consumption.
August 06, 2020 by Mark Dunnett, on Behalf of NXP