- Mediatek said the step will help it accelerate the development cycle and minimize design risks for enterprises and OEMs
- DSP Concepts, Elliptic Labs and Esper are the technology partners that have joined MediaTek’s Rich IoT ecosystem
- Innocomm, OLogic, Sasken and Synapse have joined Mediatek’s Rich-IoT ecosystem as design service partners
MediaTek has announced its collaboration with multiple technology providers and design services firms to expand its Rich IoT program to drive innovation across the intelligent devices market. The company’s Rich IoT program includes three AIoT chipset platforms: i300B (MT8362B) for voice assistant devices, i300A (MT8362A) for multimedia displays and i500 (MT8385) for AI vision devices.
“Working together, MediaTek and its partners will usher in differentiated, highly-integrated and feature-rich development platforms for the fast-moving IoT device marketplace,”read Mediatek’s official statement.
Integrating AI features and capabilities into Mediatek chipsets
The Rich-IoT program, as informed by Mediatek, will accelerate the development cycle and minimise design risks for enterprises, startups, emerging brands and leading original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). MediaTek’s engineers have collaborated with partners to port and optimise value-add offerings on MediaTek’s AIoT platforms, enabling companies to integrate AI features and capabilities into the i300B, i300A and i500 chipsets.
DSP Concepts, Elliptic Labs and Esper are the technology partners that have joined MediaTek’s Rich IoT ecosystem.DSP Concepts is provider of audio-development-tools and IP for creators of audio-enabled products. Elliptic Labs provide AI virtual smart sensor platform to companies that enables 360-degree field of view, presence detection and touch-free gesture abilities. Esper helps companies deploy and manage apps, and devices for digital signage, point-of-sale and kiosk solutions.
Design services partners have also joined MediaTek’s Rich-IoT ecosystem
Innocomm, OLogic, Sasken and Synapse have joined Mediatek’s Rich-IoT ecosystem as design service partners. Innocomm offers original design manufacturer (ODM) services while OLogic offers hardware design expertise for electronics, embedded software, and design for manufacturing for consumer electronics, robotics and IoT.
Sasken provides concept-to-market, chip-to-cognition R&D services to global leaders in the semiconductor, industrial, smart devices and wearables industries and beyond. Synapse is the go-to product development partner to architect, integrate, and deliver connected-ecosystems that seamlessly blend hardware and software.
“MediaTek’s i300B, i300A and i500 include powerful edge AI technology for voice, display, object recognition and other features needed for today’s smart devices. The chipsets are highly integrated with CPU, GPU and AI Processing Unit (APU) and ultra-low power consumption to support the processing demands of next generation AI devices,”read Mediatek’s official statement.