At COMPUTEX 2024, MediaTek said today that it has become a part of Arm Total Design, a rapidly expanding ecosystem that aims to simplify and speed up the creation of products built on Arm® Neoverse™ Compute Subsystems (CSS). The performance and efficiency requirements of AI applications in data centers, infrastructure systems, telecommunications, and other fields have been addressed by Arm Neoverse CSS.

Vince Hu, Corporate Vice President at MediaTek, stated, “Together with Arm, we’re enabling our customers’ designs tomeet the most challenging workloads for AI applications, maximizing performance per watt.” “To accelerate AI innovation from the edge to the cloud, we will be working closely with Arm as we expand into data centers, using our expertise in hybrid computing, AI, SerDes and chiplets, and advanced packaging technologies.”

With the help of Neoverse CSS, a performance-optimized, validated subsystem, MediaTek’s industry-leading SoC integration design expertise may accelerate time to market and provide unique solutions. MediaTek can meet the complex computational demands of artificial intelligence (AI) by using Neoverse CSS to create optimized SoCs for certain application needs.

Senior vice president and general manager of Arm’s Infrastructure Line of Business Mohamed Awad stated, “AI is driving an insatiable need for more compute and greater power efficiency.” “MediaTek is expanding on our long-standing partnership with Arm Total Design, which has produced billions of high-performance, energy-efficient devices. By joining Arm Total Design, we will bring that elite level of expertise to infrastructure and quickly deliver sustainable, artificial intelligence-powered cloud data centers on Arm Neoverse CSS.”

MediaTek uses Arm CPUs and its best-in-class low power architecture design in the mobile Dimensity series to deliver industry-leading efficiency while pushing flagship computing, graphics, and AI performance to new heights. In addition, MediaTek leads the industry as the top provider of Wi-Fi for gaming, retail routers, broadband, and consumer electronics. The partnership encompasses more peripheral uses, such as automobiles, Chromebooks, and Internet of Things devices used in smart homes, businesses, and industrial environments.

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