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Supplier Stories for the Week of March 9

<p><strong>Cartesiam Releases NanoEdge AI Studio for Arm Cortex-M MCUs</strong></p><p>Cartesiam, a company that creates artificial intelligence (AI) software for embedded systems, has announced the availability of <a href="" target="_blank">NanoEdge AI Studio</a>, the first integrated development environment (IDE) that enables machine learning and inference directly on Arm Cortex-M microcontrollers (MCUs).</p><p>The company says NanoEdge AI Studio is an intuitive software tool that allows system designers using Arm’s low-power, low-cost microcontrollers “to quickly, easily and inexpensively integrate machine learning directly into their everyday objects (industrial machines, IoT, automotive, household appliances, and more).”</p><p>“Cartesiam’s NanoEdge AI Studio offers a completely different approach, with a cost- and time-efficient and self-learning AI,” said Marc Dupaquier, general manager and co-founder, Cartesiam, said in a press statement. “It allows any embedded designer to develop application-specific machine learning libraries quickly and run the program inside the microcontroller right where the signal becomes data. It’s the only solution that can run both machine learning and inference on the microcontroller.”</p><p>NanoEdge AI Studio is available today for download. A trial version that allows designers to begin working with the IDE is also available on <a href=""></a>.</p><p><em>(Image source: Cartesiam)</em></p>
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