- Tenstorrent makes powerful RISC-V CPU and AI acceleration chiplets
- The chiplets will be manufactured using Samsung’s state-of-the-art SF4X process
Tenstorrent has shared its plan to use one of Samsung’s advanced manufacturing processes 4nm to produce the chips.
The chiplets will be manufactured using Samsung’s state-of-the-art SF4X process, which boasts an impressive 4nm architecture.
Tenstorrent makes powerful RISC-V CPU and AI acceleration chiplets. The agenda of this company is to push the boundaries of computing in multiple industries such as data center, automotive and robotics. These chiplets are designed to deliver scalable power from milliwatts to megawatts, catering to various applications from edge devices to data centers.
“Tenstorrent’s focus is on developing high-performance compute and delivering these solutions to customers around the world,” said Jim Keller, CEO of Tenstorrent. “It is great that we have Keith Witek on-board as our COO to drive great partnerships like our one with Samsung. Samsung Foundry’s commitment to advancing semiconductor technology aligns with our vision for advancing RISC-V and AI, making them an ideal partner to bring our AI chiplets to market.”
“Samsung Foundry is expanding in the US, and we are committed to serving our customers with the best available semiconductor technology,” said Marco Chisari, head of Samsung’s US Foundry business. “Samsung’s advanced silicon manufacturing nodes will accelerate Tenstorrent’s innovations in RISC-V and AI for data center and automotive solutions. We look forward to working together and serving as Tenstorrent’s foundry partner.”
Samsung Foundry facilities in the US with the latest manufacturing nodes will enable Tenstorrent to bring highly competitive offerings to the market.