QuickLogic Corporation, a developer of ultra-low power multi-core voice-enabled SoCs, embedded FPGA IP, and Endpoint AI solutions, recently announced the acquisition of SensiML Corporation, a developer of software tools and algorithms to enable AI in edge applications. Details of the agreement were not disclosed.
Going forward, SensiML will operate as a division of QuickLogic and will continue to develop, expand, and optimize its software solutions to support SoCs from other semiconductor companies as well as those from QuickLogic.
“From its inception, SensiML has focused on enabling the practical and efficient implementation of AI by companies that don’t have the significant data science resources commonly required to respond to the increasing market demand for localized AI,” SensiML CEO Chris Rogers said in a statement.
“QuickLogic shares our vision that the SensiML Analytics Toolkit, which allows companies to quickly and easily leverage the benefits of AI in their designs, should remain processor-independent,” Rogers added. “By joining forces with QuickLogic, we believe we will accelerate our quest to democratize the benefits of localized AI across a vast number of applications.”