BrainChip and Unigen to deliver energy-efficient Edge AI servers

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BrainChip and Unigen, a specialist in the design and manufacture of enterprise and industrial electronics, have announced a strategic partnership

The agreement is to deliver a new configuration of the recently released Unigen Cupcake Edge AI Server, based on BrainChip’s Akida neuromorphic processor.

The server is a small form factor solution that can run complex AI applications at the Edge, close to the source of data, without relying on the cloud or internet connections. In leveraging Akida’s data-processing capabilities, the device can offer improved efficiency, precision, and economy of energy in a wide array of use cases such as industrial, automotive, healthcare, robotics IoT and security-based applications.

Commenting Paul Heng, President, and CEO of Unigen, said, “The Cupcake Edge AI Server can unleash the full potential of AI technology. We look forward to expanding our AI partnership network with BrainChip to deliver a unique Cupcake configuration to customers who are looking for a smart, sustainable, and secure Edge AI solution.”

Unigen will provide end-to-end solutions for the Cupcake Edge AI Server, from engineering to mass production, from its manufacturing facilities in the US and Vietnam.

“The Cupcake Edge AI Server is a game-changer for Edge AI, offering unprecedented performance, efficiency, and scalability for a variety of applications,” explained Sean Hehir, CEO of BrainChip. “We believe that the Cupcake platform combined with BrainChip’s Akida will enable a new wave of AI adoption and innovation at the Edge.”