Media Coverage

Soft Machines Talks VISC Architecture Details

Oct 08, 2015 - By CHARLIE DEMERJIAN (Via SemiAccurate) · When SemiAccurate last talked about Soft Machines there were some big open questions. Now a year later with their latest technology disclosure, most of those have been answered along with many more ...

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Soft Machines: Promising, Not Proven

Feb 12, 2016 - By Kevin Krewell (Via EE Times) · Veteran microprocessor analyst Kevin Krewell plumbs startup Soft Machines' VISC technology following a recent release of updated simulation data of its promising multicore architecture.

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Soft Machines Shows Progress

Oct 13, 2015 - By LINLEY GWENNAP (Via The Linley Group) · At the recent Linley Processor Conference, Soft Machines disclosed a roadmap that includes both VISC cores and chips. The first core, code-named Shasta, includes two physical CPUs that can together ...

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Emulating the Success of Others

Oct 14, 2015 - By JIM TURLEY (Via EE Journal) · If you’ve been keeping up on weird, ambitious microprocessor designs – and really, who doesn’t? – you’ll no doubt remember Soft Machines and its VISC architecture. We first talked about VI...

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Soft Machines’ VISCy Business

Oct 08, 2015 - By JEREMY HELLSTROM (Via PC Perspective) · A year ago The Tech Report talked with a representative from a company called Soft Machines who were designing processors using their new VISC architecture. We are all familiar with CISC and RISC ba...

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Next Gen Processor Performance Revealed

Feb 04, 2016 - By Theo Valich (Via VR World) · There is a trend of large companies snapping up smaller chip designers, all at the time when several next=generation processor designers are starting to exit stealth modes and gain traction. Over th...

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Soft Machines Unveils VISC Processor and SoC Roadmap

Oct 07, 2015 - (Via Design And Reuse) · Soft Machines Inc., a Silicon Valley-based company that licenses and co-develops microprocessor and SoC products for IoT, mobile, networking and cloud markets, today revealed its VISC processor and ...

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Startup Describes New Core, SoC

Oct 07, 2015 - By RICK MERRITT (Via EE Times) · A year after its debut, microprocessor startup Soft Machines described in rough terms the first two products it will deliver in mid-2016, a licensable processor core and an SoC using it. The dual-co...

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Neuer VISC-Prozessor von Soft Machines (German)

Oct 07, 2015 - By ANDREAS STILLER (Via Heise Online) · Das kalifornische Startup Soft Machines hat nachgelegt. Nach dem ersten VISC-Testchip mit 500 MHz Takt, der aber nur als "Proof-of-Concept" gedacht war, stellte Firmenchef Mohammad Abdallah nun auf ...

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EE Times Silicon 60: 2015’s Startups to Watch

Sep 08, 2015 - By PETER CLARKE (Via EE Times) · Soft Machines Inc. (Santa Clara, Calif.) was founded in 2006, has raised over $125 million and grown into a 250-person semiconductor startup with operations in the US, India and Russia... To contin...

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Soft Machines Targets IPC Bottleneck

Oct 28, 2014 - By LINLEY GWENNAP (Via The Linley Group) · Coming out of stealth mode at last week’s Linley Processor Conference, Soft Machines disclosed a new CPU technology that greatly improves performance on single-threaded applications. The new VISC ...

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Secretive Startup Unveils Universal Chip

Oct 23, 2014 - By DON CLARK (Via Wall Street Journal Technology) · Soft Machines co-founders Mahesh Lingareddy, left, and Mohammad Abdallah, with a prototype of the company’s chip technology. Soft Machines The company has been working secretly for seve...

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Startup Creates Virtual Cores

Oct 23, 2014 - By RICK MERRITT (Via EE Times) · Two former Intel engineers who faced the power wall that ended frequency scaling are describing their startup’s technology that hopes to surmount it. Soft Machines aims to bring a new level of pa...

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Technical Excellence Awards 2014

Dec 12, 2014 - By ERIC GRIFFITH (Via PC Magazine) · The best steps forward in technology and science are chronicled here, every year. Take a look at the 2014 breakthroughs that will change the future... To continue reading full article Click Here

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