|Dimensions||4000μm x 4000μm|
|Clock||530 (typical) MHz|
Siracusa is a digital SoC for Extended Reality visual processing in TSMC16. It combines:
Siracusa is a co-operation between ETH Zurich and Meta Reality labs.
The name of the chip is a homage to the ancient Greek city of Siracusa, in eastern Sicily, that was the hometown of the famous mathematician Archimedes of Syracuse. Incidentally, it is also very close to the hometown of Alfio. The name of the NEureka accelerator is a pun on its function as a neural engine, combined with the legendary quote from Archimedes when he discovered his famous principle on water buoyancy: "Eureka! - I found it".