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Two challenges pave the path to the future of AI and digital communications: escalating processing power to accelerate computation of fast-growing algorithms, and widening memory bandwidth to handle unprecedented amounts of data with minimal latency. Today’s systems are inflexible and cannot meet the challenges. What's needed is a system that can handle today’s memory bandwidth and tomorrow’s new algorithms without changing hardware. VSORA provides a future-proof, highly efficient solution that eliminates the need for dedicated hardware accelerators. VSORA gives you the flexibility of an FPGA with the performance of an ASIC.

VSORA has developed a unique, algorithm-agnostic architecture that allows you to optimize power, performance and silicon size. With a single core scalable from 256 to 65,536 MACs and the ability to design a system with multiple cores, the solution gives the user a wide range of choices. An innovative combination of software and hardware can reconfigure a system in a single clock cycle, to accelerate all current and future algorithms without hardware changes.

The implementation of MiMo and Beamforming for 5G, Wi-Fi 6 or other standards is a daunting task that, in addition to signal synchronization, requires the use of DSP cores with ample processing power. VSORA provides a solution with a flexible, user-defined choice of processing power. Ranging from single core to multiple cores, the VSORA groundbreaking and efficient approach achieves better system power control and optimized silicon area.

About the founders/CEO:

Khaled Maalej wokred at Parrot as Technical Director of the Digital Tuner business unit following the acquisition of DiBcom. In 2000, he co-founded DiBcom. Previously, Khaled Maalej was technical director of Atmel Communication’s broadband communications branch and spent five years in the signal processing team at Sat/Sagem, co-developing several integrated chipsets. Khaled Maalej graduated as an engineer from Ecole Polytechnique (Palaiseau) and Ecole Supérieure des Télécommunications (Paris).

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