The partnership was created to speed the time-to-market for machine learning in IoT, consumer, and industrial products where battery capacity has been a roadblock.
Eta Compute’s ECM3532 ultra-low power Neural Sensor Processor SoC enables machine learning at the edge, and its ECM3532 EVB evaluation board is now supported by Edge Impulse’s end-to-end ML development and MLOps platform. Developers can register for free to gain access to advanced Eta Compute machine learning algorithms and development workflows through the Edge Impulse portal.
Cortex and CMSIS-NN technology, and the SaaS TinyML solutions from Edge Impulse, provides developers a solution for bringing power efficient, edge, or endpoint ML products to market.
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