Innosilicon Innovates the Industry's First Next-Genneration GPU Targeting Cloud Computing

  • Sep 03, 2020  

The fast-paced development of new infrastructure including 5G, cloud computing, and data centers and more, results in increasing demand for high-performance chips for desktop computers and servers. To address this expanding use cases, INNOSILICON is about to release two intelligent rendering GPU of the “Fantasy” series delivering high-performance datacenter-class graphics cards. Backed by years of technical expertise, the Innosilicon’s expert team has finished the design and will deploy solutions into production at scale within the year. The “Fantasy” series will be widely used in mainstream infrastructure deployment such as desktop rendering, 5G datacenter, cloud gaming, cloud office, cloud education and much more.

GPU stands for Graphics Processing Unit or graphics card chip, which enables all the fantastic dynamic 3D effects in games and engineering software. GPU not only performs various graphics processing tasks for personal computers, servers and mobile devices, but also, due to the emerging artificial intelligence, is widely used in the mainstream cloud computing fields like scientific computing, autonomous vehicles, intelligent analysis, password cracking, image recognition, big data, financial transactions and more.

The Innosilicon’s “Fantasy” series, soon globally available, powers the 5G infrastructure deployment with high performance, high security, and high reliability. Its built-in physically unclonable iUnique Security PUF information security encryption technology that improves data security and anti-attack ability, along with a series of global leading technologies like 16Gbps GDDR6 high-speed video memory, HDMI2.1 8K display and Cache-consistent Innolink Chiplet, will make their debut in the Fantasy GPU.

“Fantasy” GPU series, featuring floating point and intelligent 3D graphics processing, fully customized multi-level pipeline computing core, together with high-performance rendering and intelligent AI computing, can be interconnected with multiple chips for processing and flexibility enhancement. As a result, it is ideally suited for the 1080P/4K/8K high quality display for desktop applications, supporting VR/AR/AI, multi-server cloud desktop, cloud games, cloud office and other big data graphics application scenarios in the 5G era.

Leveraging the Innosilicon’s world-class long-term close collaboration with various advanced semiconductors and years of mass-production experience, the “Fantasy” series of high-performance intelligent rendering GPU chips will be rapidly iterated on multiple advanced processes, continuously and substantially optimized in the performance and power consumption according to the needs of customers, to adapt to the fast-growing software and hardware applications and speed up development and deployment of GPU-accelerated data centers and desktop computers.

About Innosilicon (

“Ten years to sharpen a sword”, as a world-class one-stop provider of mixed signal IPs and ASIC custom solutions, Innosilicon team has been fully devoted to innovation for 14 years with a determined mind, focusing on global advanced process technologies. With its proven track record in the IP industry, Innosilicon has supported the mass production of billions of high-end chips.

In 2018, Innosilicon and NVIDIA was the first in the world to break the memory wall, overcome the GDDR6 high-bandwidth video memory technology bottleneck, develop fully customized computing cores, and successfully produce high-performance computing GPU products at scale. In 2019, Innosilicon announced availability of the HDMI2.1 IP supporting 4K/8K display and high-speed 32Gbps SerDes Memory IP. In 2020, Innosilicon was the first to launch INNOLINK Chiplet and HBM2E and other high-performance computing platform (supporting CPU/GPU/ NPU). With dozens of famous customers and more than billions of chips in mass-production, the remarkable innovation capabilities of Innosilicon have been proven in the fields such as high-performance computing, high-bandwidth memory, encrypted computing, AI cloud computing and low-power IoT.