• EE Catalog

    In June Eta Compute announced a reference design for its EtaCore ARM Cortex-M3, and Washkewicz, the company’s co-founder and vice president, spoke with us about Eta Compute’s delay insensitive asynchronous logic, or DIAL, design IP and related topics. “Process variations, temperature variations, voltage variations—we are delay insensitive to all those perturbations,” Washkewicz says. He adds, “the logic was specifically created to be insensitive to those and the delays that are caused by those uncertainties.”

  • EE Times

    SAN JOSE, Calif. – A startup will demo at Hot Chips next week an ARM Cortex-M3 SoC doing useful work while consuming five microwatts. The Dial architecture from Eta Compute represents a new low for the annual event traditionally focused on high-performance processors.

  • EE Catalog

    Eta Compute developed delay insensitive asynchronous logic (DIAL™) design IP for maximum power efficiency so that SoCs can be powered by small batteries and energy harvesting. The EtaCore enables reliable voltage scaling down to 0.25 Volts with nanowatts of power consumption. The various energy harvesting techniques, such as solar, thermal, vibration, or RF energy harvesting can supply 15uW to 15mW which is ideal for motion, video, and always-on sensor processing. This Cortex™-M3 IP scales power and performance down to the nanowatt arena.

  • Design & Reuse

    The EtaCore ARM Cortex™-M3 reference design interfaces to standard Eclipse, Keil and Linux debug and development environments which allows designers to quickly test and customize the functionality and performance of their IoT application. The design consists of sensors for ambient light, temperature, humidity and pressure and is powered by a half-inch square solar cell. Additionally the unit can be networked by on-board LoRaWAN™ components. The dimensions of the reference design measures 1.5 inches x 3.5 inches.

  • ChipEstimate.com

    WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif., June 20, 2017 - Eta Compute Inc., the company that removes power as an obstacle for the infinite Internet of Things (IoT), today announced the availability of a new reference design for its revolutionary EtaCore™, the world’s lowest power microcontroller IP, which operates on the smallest energy harvesting supplies without compromising functionality or performance. In addition, the company announced that its CEO and co-founder Gopal Raghavan, Ph.D., will present on “Energy Harvesting and Energy-Efficient Power Solutions for Sensor Applications” June 27 at 9:00 a.m. at the 2017 Sensors Expo in San Jose. Eta Compute will exhibit in booth #1640.