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ARM's next bet for plastic chips: Neural networks Hot3

May. 25, 2018 – 

Back in 2015, ARM's CTO Mike Muller had wowed ARM TechCon's attendees with a fully flexible ARM1 SoC designed at a 3µm node on plastic, sporting about 25k transistors.

Talking about the progress realized since then, White noted that after a low-end Cortex-M SoC iteration with a footprint of roughly 8 cm2, PragmatIC's latest layout of the SoC had shrunk further to 1cm2, and the company is now moving to a new plastic process node with new design rules which the CEO is confident will further reduce the device's footprint.

Referring to the process node roadmap flashed by Muller at ARM's TechCon, White says PragmatIC is in line with the tentative plastic roadmap, roughly halving the devices' footprint every year, somewhat faster than the equivalent Moore's law for silicon.

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