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Tachyum’s new demo processor faster than Intel, NVIDIA chips

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The company has demonstrated how its computational operation and speed of its product design is a superior solution

Tachyum has successfully completed a demonstration showing its Prodigy Universal Processor running faster than any other processor, HPC or AI chips, including ones from NVIDIA and Intel. 

The company has demonstrated how its computational operation and the speed of its product design, using an industry-standard Verilog simulation of the actual Prodigy post layout hardware, is the superior solution to current competitive offerings. Not only does Prodigy execute instructions at very high speeds, but Tachyum now has an infrastructure implemented for automatically checking correct results from the Verilog RTL. These automated tests check Verilog output for correctness compared to Tachyum’s C-model.

“This latest hardware milestone is a testament to the diligent work of our engineering team and the vast human resources we have been able to assemble to complete a revolutionary solution never before seen,” said Dr. Radoslav Danilak, Tachyum founder and CEO.  “We set out to produce the highest performance, lowest energy and most cost- efficient processor for the hyperscale, HPC and AI marketplace and these milestones are proving that we are achieving those goals. With a product that is faster than the fastest Intel Xeon or NVIDA A100 Chips, Prodigy is nearing all of its stated objectives and remains on track to make its debut as planned next year.”

This verification milestone dramatically increases Tachyum’s productivity and its ability to test the Prodigy hardware design efficiently in order to find bugs and correct them prior to tape-out. With this latest accomplishment, Tachyum now has automated the constrained random test generation capability, which further adds to its productivity.

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