AI & Machine Learning

  • 2,088 Gbps/in2 – COM-HPC Connectors Increase Speed and Density

    2,088 Gbps/in2 – COM-HPC Connectors Increase Speed and Density

    So, how do COM-HPC connectors enable 2,088 Gpbs/in2? To answer that question, we have to understand the basic design features of COM-HPC connectors and how they contribute to that metric.

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  • COM-HPC Scales Heterogeneous Embedded Hardware into High-Performance Edge Computing

    COM-HPC Scales Heterogeneous Embedded Hardware into High-Performance Edge Computing

    High-speed interfaces and provisions that allow modules to host PCIe targets mean that COM-HPC can support compute architectures ranging from Arm to GPUs to FPGAs and more.

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  • EdgeQ Announces Launch from Stealth, $51 Million in Funding

    EdgeQ Announces Launch from Stealth, $51 Million in Funding

    EdgeQ Announced its launch from stealth with $51 million in total funding, including $38.5 million in a Series A round.

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  • Mipsology Zebra on Xilinx FPGA Beats GPUs, ASICs for ML Inference Efficiency

    Mipsology Zebra on Xilinx FPGA Beats GPUs, ASICs for ML Inference Efficiency

    Results Highlight “Zero Effort” Architecture Benefits for Computing Neural Networks.

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  • AIoT Drives Health and Safety Applications

    AIoT Drives Health and Safety Applications

    AIoT is the melding of AI and IoT. Until not too long ago, these were two independent technologies, for various reasons.

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  • What Does the Convergence of AI and IoT Mean?

    What Does the Convergence of AI and IoT Mean?

    If you sit down and make a list of promising technologies, the two names that would most likely top it are Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things.

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  • Micron Ships World’s First 176-Layer NAND, Delivering A Breakthrough in Flash Memory Performance and Density

    Micron Ships World’s First 176-Layer NAND, Delivering A Breakthrough in Flash Memory Performance and Density

    Micron Technology, Inc. (Nasdaq: MU), today announced that it has begun volume shipments of the world’s first 176-layer 3D NAND flash memory.

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  • More Free Money & What NVIDIA Didn't Buy

    More Free Money & What NVIDIA Didn't Buy

    Stacey Higginbotham, a tech industry expert and editor of the eponymous Stacey on IoT blog, joins Brandon and Rich to further the discussion about the ARM/NVIDIA deal. What exactly did NVIDIA buy?

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  • Numenta Demonstrates 50x Speed Improvements on Deep Learning Networks Using Brain-Derived Algorithms

    Numenta Demonstrates 50x Speed Improvements on Deep Learning Networks Using Brain-Derived Algorithms

    Numenta announced it has achieved ideal performance improvements on inference tasks in deep learning networks, per the company, without any loss in accuracy.

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  • AI Compilers and the Race to the Bottom

    AI Compilers and the Race to the Bottom

    Glow-compiled inputs exhibited a 3x frames/second performance improvement over TensorFlow/TensorFlow Lite, while the figure gives an idea of how efficient AOT compilation is compared to JIT compilers.

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  • NSITEXE, Kyoto Microcomputer, Codeplay Software Are Bringing Open Standards Programming to RISC-V Vector Processor for HPC and AI Systems

    NSITEXE, Kyoto Microcomputer, Codeplay Software Are Bringing Open Standards Programming to RISC-V Vector Processor for HPC and AI Systems

    Implementing OpenCL and SYCL for the popular RISC-V processors will make it ideal to port existing HPC and AI software for embedded systems.

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  • Winmate Recognized By CIO Bulletin's 30 Most Innovative Companies To Watch 2020

    Winmate Recognized By CIO Bulletin's 30 Most Innovative Companies To Watch 2020

    Winmate Inc., a pioneer in rugged computing technology, announced today that CIO Bulletin had named it among "30 Most Innovative Companies To Watch 2020".

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  • IoT Device Security Conference

    IoT Device Security Conference

    The Virtual IoT Device Security Conference –– Securing today's connected, AI, and machine learning devices.

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  • NVIDIA Extends Lead on MLPerf Benchmark with A100

    NVIDIA Extends Lead on MLPerf Benchmark with A100

    NVIDIA Extends Lead on MLPerf Benchmark with A100 Delivering up to 237x Faster AI Inference Than CPUs, Enabling Businesses to Move AI from Research to Production

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  • Supply Chain Management in the Days of Coronavirus

    Supply Chain Management in the Days of Coronavirus

    Joseph Smetana joined Digilent in the role of Supply Chain Manager just before the COVID-19 pandemic caused component suppliers and manufacturing operations to shut down.

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  • Factories of The Future Are Using Machine Learning Analytics to Optimize Assets

    Factories of The Future Are Using Machine Learning Analytics to Optimize Assets

    From food to cars to complex manufacturing machinery, quality is a top concern of manufacturers. Factors such as safety, efficiency, and reliability affect quality and influence customer satisfaction.

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  • Automotive Safety Using the IoT

    Automotive Safety Using the IoT

    Cars and other vehicles are so much safer now than they were just a few years ago, and that trend will continue.

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  • AI Joins Edge Computing to Benefit System Long Term Usage

    AI Joins Edge Computing to Benefit System Long Term Usage

    Companies looking to deliver value in the AIoT marketplace will be faced with extreme design requirements. To succeed, AIoT vendors must carefully consider their entire system design.

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  • DEV KIT WEEKLY: Lattice Semiconductor CrossLink-NX Evaluation Board

    DEV KIT WEEKLY: Lattice Semiconductor CrossLink-NX Evaluation Board

    This week we will be giving away one CrossLink-NX Evaluation Board thanks to our friends at Lattice Semiconductor.

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  • Product of the Week: NVIDIA Jetson Nano 2 GB Developer Kit

    Product of the Week: NVIDIA Jetson Nano 2 GB Developer Kit

    Last year's 4 GB platform costs $99. Now, after some tweaks, the 2 GB version is just $59. And although it's in the price range of a Raspberry Pi, it offers the next level of oomph for AI newbies.

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