IS MOORE'S LAW DEAD?
TACHYUM DOESN'T THINK SO

Advancements in semiconductor density, power efficiency, and cost have slowed dramatically. The Industry, hit by a performance plateau crisis, is discussing the death of Moore’s law. The underlying cause is the physics of nanometer class devices, which existing approaches to hardware, software, and system design, fail to overcome.

A solution requires a fundamentally new approach, one that non-disruptively converts existing software to new computational mechanisms, created specifically to unlock the performance of nanometer-size devices. Tachyum's Founders have a proven track record, in previous companies, of solving problems caused by device physics, to deliver disruptive products to market.

Tachyum will unlock unprecedented performance, power efficiency, and cost advantages, to solve the most complex problems in big data analytics, deep learning, mobile, and large scale computing. The deep impact will be felt across a broad spectrum of markets and industries.

TACHYUM IS COMMITTED TO TRANSFORM THE LANDSCAPE
OF INTELLIGENT DATA PROCESSING

Dr. RADOSLAV DANILAK, CO-FOUNDER and CEO

"Rado" Danilak has over 25 years of industry experience and over 100 patents designing state-of-the-art processing systems. In 2016 he founded Tachyum to disrupt markets by solving the processing performance plateau of nanometer class chips.

Rado was founder and CEO of Skyera, a supplier of ultra-dense solid-state storage systems, acquired by WD in 2014. As CEO he won the 2013 Gold Tech Awards Circle for Emerging Company Executive of the Year. At Wave Computing, Rado architected the 10GHz Processing Element of deep learning DPU.

Rado was cofounder and CTO of SandForce acquired by LSI in 2011 for $377M. Rado pioneered enterprise and consumer MLC flash controllers and solved endurance limited by device physics. He was a chipset and GPU architect at nVidia, a CPU architect at Nishan Systems and Toshiba, and chief architect of 64b x86 CPU at Gizmo Tech.

The Microprocessor Report said Rado "has developed some interesting ideas that show significant promise in delivering performance better than that of the leading processors expected in near future... these ideas are likely to appear in other next-generation instruction sets, including the HP/Intel IA-64."

Dr. Danilak is U.S. citizen born in Slovakia, and serves on the Slovak government's Innovation Advisory Board. He holds a Ph.D in Computer Science and an MS in Electrical Engineering from the TUKE Slovakia, where he taught compiler courses.

A NEW WORLD OF INTELLIGENT DATA PROCESSING

Semiconductor Pioneer Fred Weber Joins Tachyum as Corporate Advisor

CAMPBELL, Calif., July 11, 2017 - Silicon Valley startup Tachyum Inc. announced today Fred Weber has signed on the Board of Advisors to help steer Tachyum's efforts to conquer the performance plateau in nanometer-class chips and the systems they power.

Weber is well known for his ten years of leadership at AMD, where he served as Chief Technical Officer and Corporate Vice President, as well as Vice President of Design. He led AMD to greater prominence in the industry, and was named one of the 25 most influential CTOs by InfoWorld Magazine. Two years into his tenure as CTO, AMD unveiled the industry's first x86-compatible 64-bit processors, the Opteron and Athlon 64. Fred led the design of AMD's first 64-bit processor.



Tachyum CEO to Address Future Trends in IT Technology at GLOBSEC 2017 Forum

CAMPBELL, Calif., April 18, 2017 – Dr. Radoslav Danilak, co-founder and CEO at Tachyum Ltd., will speak as part of group of world leaders and dignitaries about future trends and innovations within the Information Technology (IT) industry to accelerate technological advancement as a panelist at the GLOBSEC Future 2017 Forum May 26-28.

GLOBSEC Future will look into future trends and innovations impacting not only today's business environment but the way world economies and societies work. By helping provide answers on how and where to see future added value to businesses, GLOBSEC Future will create an even stronger bond of policy-making and business in order to introduce sustainable solutions to global challenges.



Tech Alert: U.S. Businesses Risk Falling Behind as Lead in Global Semiconductor Industry Threatened

CAMPBELL, Calif., April 5, 2017 – Processing performance improvements of computing components from Silicon Valley designers and manufacturers have hit a plateau, with the U.S. economy facing a major threat to its leadership in the $335B global semiconductor industry and the $1T market for high-tech products and services powered by these semiconductors.

Based on new proprietary computational mechanisms, created specifically to unlock the performance of nanometer-size devices, Tachyum will deliver solutions with unprecedented speed, power, and cost to solve the most complex problems in the cloud, big data, deep learning, mobile devices, autonomous systems, and large-scale computing. The impact of Tachyum products will be felt across a broad spectrum of applications and markets.

The U.S. generated nearly half of global semiconductor industry sales in 2015 with $166B. Thanks in large part to its rapid innovation, the U.S. semiconductor industry's impact on U.S. GDP growth and employment has historically been more than seven times its share of U.S. GDP. In fact, IT using- and IT producing-industries are estimated to account for nearly all economic productivity growth in the U.S. economy from 2010-2020.

But now, experts and the press have sounded the alarm for an impending sea state change in the semiconductor industry. The heady days of Moore's Law, which drove unprecedented innovation and staggering revenue growth in Silicon Valley for 50 years, with processing chips doubling performance every two years or so, now faces fundamental challenges. Because of physical limits, it is now harder to shrink circuits further.



Tachyum Launches to Break Performance and Cost Barriers to Intelligent Information Processing

CAMPBELL, Calif., February 8, 2017 – Silicon Valley startup Tachyum Inc. launched today, announcing its mission to conquer the performance plateau in nanometer-class chips and the systems they power.

Based on new proprietary computational mechanisms, created specifically to unlock the performance of nanometer-size devices, Tachyum will deliver solutions with unprecedented speed, power, and cost to solve the most complex problems in the cloud, big data, deep learning, mobile devices, autonomous systems, and large-scale computing. The impact of Tachyum products will be felt across a broad spectrum of applications and markets.