19 Sep 2023
Kaiterra was founded in 2014, and offers an air quality management solution to building managers. Tess Skyrme, Senior Technology Analyst at IDTechEx, interviewed Business Development Manager Maciek Wysota.
29 Aug 2023
DeGirum has developed a cloud platform that allows edge artificial intelligence (AI) developers to test models on various hardware. In addition, DeGirum has designed an AI accelerator, known as ORCA. IDTechEx spoke with Shashi Chilappagari, Co-Founder and Chief Architect.
5 Jun 2023
Founded in 1999 in China, Tyson specializes in thermal management for servers and chips. Tyson has filed more than ten patents and has collaborated with leading companies including Lenovo, JD Technology, Ingenic Semiconductor, Ningbo Innchang Information Technology, Tsinghua Tongfang, Tencent, and China Telecom Tianyi Cloud, as well as foreign high-end chip central processing unit (CPU) manufacturers such as Advanced Micro Devices (AMD).
25 May 2023
Beyond Math presented at Cambridge Tech Week 2023. Tess Skyrme, Technology Analyst at IDTechEx, attended a presentation given by the founder Alan Patterson.
23 May 2023
Groq is a Californian company that develops AI accelerator cards and racks featuring the company's proprietary GroqChip.
17 May 2023
Waymo is one of the leaders when it comes to level 4 robotaxi research, testing and deployment. It has a commercial publicly accessible service operating in Arizona and is working on increasing its capabilities in California.
IDTechEx spoke to Waymo at CES 2023.
15 May 2023
The Metaverse Standards Forum
The Metaverse Standards Forum is intended as the place for communication between stakeholders to create recommendations for standards to make an interoperable metaverse possible. The Khronos Group-founded organization counts almost 2500 companies as members. IDTechEx spoke to its chair, Neil Trevett, about the Forum's goals and work to date.
11 May 2023
AiDEN: Enabling Services on Connected Cars
Vehicles have had connectivity for a long time, longer than most might think. However, OEMs have had a stranglehold on the data available from cars. It is mainly used for their own telematics analysis and has provided little added value to vehicle owners. Android Auto Operating System has standardized data from the vehicle and AiDEN has jumped on this as an opportunity to revolutionise connected vehicle services.