BrainChip Holdings Ltd (ASX: BRN, OTCQX: BRCHF, ADR: BCHPY), the world’s first commercial manufacturer of ultra-low power neuromorphic AI IP, and MosChip Technologies Limited (BSE: MOSCHIP), a semiconductor and systems design services company, are joint presentation at the Indian Electronics and Semiconductors (IESA) Artificial Intelligence Summit, which discusses how companies work together to enable IP on neural networks for end applications.

With the advent of new emerging technologies in the smart electronics and semiconductor ecosystem, IESA is looking to take advantage of AI’s hardware capabilities. The purpose of this global meeting is to share ideas on how AI manages the hardware and software ecosystem in the country.

BrainChip and MosChip jointly presented at the IESA AI Summit on May 11 with comments from Marty Gonella, Director of BrainChip India, followed by Swami Irinki, Vice President of Marketing and Business Development at MosChip. The presentation ended with a demonstration of BrainChip’s Akida IP IP neural processor, enabling high performance and ultra-low chip output and learning power, and MosChip’s ASIC platform for smart end devices.

The IESA AI Summit is a two-day conference, May 11 and 12, showing how AI manages the hardware and software ecosystem in India. It includes panel discussions, keynote speeches, sessions and showcases by leading politicians in India and global thought leaders. Additional information about the event can be found at

BrainChip and MosChip to Demonstrate Capabilities of Neural Processor IP and ASICs for Smart Edge Devices at IESA AI Summit

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