Synthara is focussed on delivering server-class, rapidly-customizable AI accelerators for the next-generation of edge inference applications. The breakthrough performance and low latency delivered by our Adaptiva IP product family enables a whole new class of wearable, smart sensing, and biomedical applications. Synthara was spun-off from the Institute of Neuroinformatics (University of Zürich and ETH Zürich) in 2019 and its technology is built on the founders’ doctoral research in the field of artificial intelligence. The company is partnering with CSEM, a Swiss center of excellence in microelectronics, towards the development of a new AdaptiveStorm chip that will be available for sampling in Q1 2023. The company has recently launched the Adaptiva Early Adopter Program (Adaptiva EAP) to engage with customers that require complex AI models in their edge products. A number of companies are actively engaged in Adaptiva EAP, including Bosch and other market leaders, to create their next generation products. Synthara is headquartered in Zug, Switzerland and has won a number of awards from various organizations such as Intel Ignite, European Space Agency, Innosuisse, and others.
We have received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement No. 888129.