XMOS IN THE MEDIA
Discover how edge computing puts the user in control of their data in this video interview and article.
We’re delighted to be listed under Technology and Digital in this annual celebration from the London Stock Exchange Group.
Get to know our CEO, Mark Lippett in this recent interview for Intelligent CIO. Discover his ways of working and what makes him tick.
CEO, Mark Lippett talks to Electronic Design about the impact of Nvidia’s acquisition of Arm.
CEO Mark Lippett shares his thoughts on the sale in this article from the Financial Times.
Read CEO, Mark Lippett’s recent interview for The Telegraph, discussing XMOS and the Future Fund
CEO, Mark Lippett discusses this challenge in a recent article for Electronics World.
Watch our presentation from the tinyML Talks Webcast series.
Delighted to see xcore.ai, our all-new crossover processor for the AIoT, listed in this article from EETimes Europe.
Does fragmentation in the IoT market offer risk or reward? CEO, Mark Lippett discusses in this opinion piece from EE Times Europe.
Mark Lippett adds his commentary to this important debate from EE Times.
Delighted to share that Business Leader has voted XMOS CEO, Mark Lippett as one of the top 32 tech leaders shaping the South West.
In this article from Manufacturing Chemist, CEO Mark Lippett explores how voice has the potential to change three key areas in pharmaceutical manufacturing.
CEO Mark Lippett talks to New Electronics about the explosion of the AIoT and the launch of xcore.ai – the new fast, flexible and economical…
In this blog from EETimes, CEO Mark Lippett discusses the AIoT and the heralding of an intelligence revolution.
Following the announcement of xcore.ai, CEO Mark Lippett joined EETimes’ Sally Ward-Foxton to explain more.
VP Business Development, Aneet Chopra, discusses the future expectation for voice-control in professional environments.
Exclusive article from EETimes, announcing xcore.ai – our new crossover processor for the AIoT.
In this article from Electronic Design, CEO Mark Lippett explores the need for the AIoT.
In this article from The Next Web, CTO Henk Muller explains how binarised networks work and outlines why they’ll be big for AI in 2020