INTRODUCING OUR REVOLUTIONARY MICROPROCESSORThe ultimate solution for AI (GPU) and unrivaled out-of-order processing (CPU). Our homogeneous architecture harnesses the power of RISC-V to deliver unparalleled performance and versatility. Seamlessly switch between AI-related tasks and traditional out-of-order processing with ease.
REINVENTED MICROPORCESSOR PIPELINEHyperion Core has developed a microarchitecture that uses a homogeneous array of processing elements. This allows dynamic switching between CPU and GPU workloads and reduces the “housekeeping” overhead for out-of-order processing and achieving performance improvement by several magnitudes per transistor. The homogeneous array design scales easily - from lightbulb to HPC. Hyperion Core’s microarchitecture is more cost-effective and smaller in chip size, addressing the hardware complexity and cost challenges while allowing for true universal compute.
FASTER, SMALLER, CHEAPERHyperion Core HCRV410 requires significant smaller die size with conventional fab processes.
Bringing SDX & AI to EMBEDDEDUltimate performance at low cost with low energy consumption for Motion control, Sensor fusion, Indoor navigation, Object detection, Gesture control, Voice recognition, Facial recognition, Natural language processing, Language Translation etc.
BRINGING SDX & AI TO HOMEUltimate performance at low cost with low energy consumption for Smart home hub, Media server, Encoding/decoding, Digital video recorder, Firewall, Private AI hub etc.
Peter W. Weber (Founder/Chairman) is a veteran of the high-tech industry. He started his career in Europe with Texas Instruments and Signetics followed by executive management positions with Intel in Europe and the US, Siliconix, the TEMIC Group and Netro Corporation. Since 1998 Peter has been an investor and business angel and serves on the Boards of private and public companies in Europe and the US.
Martin Vorbach (Founder/CTO) started his first microprocessor company while still in Highschool. He founded PACT XPP Technologies, a leader in the field of reconfigurable processors. PACT’s technology has been licensed to major US semiconductor companies. Martin has more than 200 patents in his name.