MNS1076 AMP Evaluation System


The MNS1076 AMP Evaluation System is the most convenient way to evaluate Mythic’s high-performance, yet power-efficient AI inference solution, without needing to install software and drivers. The AMP Evaluation System is designed with the M1076 Mythic AMP™ which is arranged in an array of AMP tiles each featuring a Mythic Analog Compute Engine (Mythic ACE™). The M1076 AMP is ideal for processing deep neural network (DNN) models in a variety of applications, including video surveillance, industrial machine vision, and edge servers.


M1076 Mythic AMP™ with support for up to 80M weights on-chip

No external DRAM required

SMBus for EEPROM and PMIC access

Pre-qualified networks including object detectors, classifiers, pose estimators, with more being continuously added

Model parameters stored and matrix operations executed on-chip by AMP tiles

4-lane PCIe 2.1 for up to 2GB/s bandwidth

Support for standard frameworks, including PyTorch, TensorFlow 2.0, and Caffe

OS Support: Ubuntu and Windows (future release)


DNN models developed in standard frameworks such as Pytorch, Caffe, and TensorFlow are implemented and deployed on the Mythic Analog Matrix Processor (Mythic AMPTM) using Mythic’s AI software workflow. Models are optimized, quantized from FP32 to INT8, and then retrained for the Mythic Analog Compute Engine (Mythic ACETM) prior to being processed through Mythic’s powerful graph compiler. Resultant binaries and model weights are then programmed into the Mythic AMP for inference. Pre-qualified models are also available for developers to quickly evaluate the Mythic AMP solution.

Mythic AI Workflow


Mythic provides powerful pre-qualified models for the most popular AI use cases. Models have been optimized to take advantage of the high-performance and low-power features of Mythic Analog Matrix Processors (Mythic AMPTM). Developers can focus on model performance and end-application integration instead of the time-consuming model development and training process. Available pre-qualified models in development: