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NetSpeed Systems, USA
A Software-Defined SoC Interconnect Fabric for Enabling AI Applications
From autonomous vehicles to autonomous kitchen appliances, AI solutions must deal with the real world. These chips must combine real-time processing with machine learning accelerators running complex AI algorithms, which requires the implementation of high-performance heterogeneous architectures. This implies an architecture that must deal with real-time cache coherency between different processors running at different speeds and workloads. A software-defined interconnect fabric is a key enabling technology for next-generation AI systems and reducing the complexity of integrating heterogeneous architectures.
Anush Mohandass has more than 15 years of experience and a proven track record of delivering results in senior marketing & business development roles. Previously, he led business development activities for the utility segment at Power One Renewable Energy. Anush was a senior product manager at Skyline Solar helping shape second and third generation solar products. He also spent several years in key engineering positions at Intel Corporation, working on cutting-edge microprocessor and graphics processor products. Anush holds an MBA from University of Chicago, Booth School of Business, an MS in Computer Engineering from Ohio State University, and a BE in Electrical Engineering from Anna University, College of Engineering, Guindy.