The first IC to be delivered from the collaboration is scheduled for 2020.
The chip will leverage advances in nanotechnology, optics, AI, blockchain authentication and edge computing to access and analyse molecular-level data in real time.
“In partnership with ARM, we’re tackling the vast frontier of molecular data to unlock the unlimited potential of this universe,” says NanoGlobal CEO Steve Papermaster.
Nano Global will also partner with research institutions like Baylor College of Medicine and the National University of Singapore on broad research initiatives in clinical, laboratory, and population health environments to accelerate data collection, analysis, and product development. New partners can be added to the project,