co-processor


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co-processor

[ˌkəʊˈprəʊsesəʳ] Ncoprocesador m
graphics co-processorcoprocesador m de gráficos
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As we approach the commercial launch of our main optical co-processor systems, we are seeing a surge in interest in optical methods, which are needed to provide the next level of processing capability across multiple industry sectors.
But the true strength is within: an octa-core engine for fast, efficient multitasking, coupled with an AI co-processor which makes the handset learn, understand, and adapt according to the needs of its user.
According to the most recent Embedded Vision Alliance developer survey, nearly one-third of respondents are using deep learning-specific co-processors. This is remarkable, considering that deep learning-specific processors didn't exist a few years ago.
An extremely powerful 1.8GHz quad-core processor with two WiFi co-processors and 1GB of RAM ensure peak performance throughout your entire network.
Specs for the AI co-processor are currently unavailable, but a report from the Korean website (http://www.etnews.com/20181105000454) ETNews suggests that the neural processing unit (NPU) will arrive with two dedicated artificial intelligence cores.
The complimentary WGM110 wireless software development kit (SDK) includes all the tools needed to create IoT applications including BGScript for host or standalone operation and APIs for the network co-processor mode.
Purdue's co-processor design is specialized to run multilayered neural networks and put them to work on streaming imagery.
In addition to the ten high-performance and low-power Fusiv co-processor engines, the architecture is designed with a high-performance SMP dual-core CPU subsystem, with each CPU packing up to 1.2GHz of processing power for carrier and OEM customisation and differentiation.
If that's barely noticeable, the new A7 chip and M7 co-processor make it eight-times faster, and render graphics at twice the rate of the previous iPad.
It also carries the A7 chip with 64-bit desktop-class architecture, which promises twice as fast performance while the M7 co-processor handles motion tasks to preserve battery life.
A novel approach to C-RAN that incorporates a co-processor in the servers in the data center to handle multiple communications protocols--without any compromise of the virtualization feature--will significantly increase network throughput.
* Make certain the software platform allows hybrid CPU plus co-processor applications so various configurations of CPU, GPU, and/or MIC hardware can be utilized as the hardware evolves over time.