— Veriest Solutions, a leading VLSI Design Services house, announced that it successfully completed a project with CEVA for the development of a complex neural network signal processing IP.
The project required the teams from Veriest and CEVA to implement a high-connectivity architecture running at high-frequency and featuring advanced geometry process nodes. The teams in Israel and Serbia deployed state-of-the-art design and verification methodologies to meet the stringent development schedule.
Neural network processing can enable high-performance and low-cost vision systems to employ advanced intelligence which can, among other things, detect, track and identify objects, people and animals. Target applications include virtual assistants, wearable devices, connected home sensors, residential security, protection of elderly, automotive, smart buildings systems and smart city infrastructure.
“We are pleased with the successful completion of this project with Veriest,” said Ran Snir, vice president of R&D at CEVA. “The Veriest team displayed high-level professionalism in VLSI architecture, design and verification and we look forward to expanding our collaboration for future projects”.
“Veriest is honored to have worked with CEVA in such a demanding project and proud of the outstanding results the teams have achieved,” added Moshe Zalcberg, CEO at Veriest Solutions. “This is a great display of the team’s technical excellence and dedication to our customers’ success.”