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NPU

(1) (Network Processing Unit) Same as network processor.

(2) (Neural Processing Unit) See neuromorphic chip.
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We have had an excellent relationship with NPU leadership since we began working with them," said Matthew VanDyke, founder of SOLI.
Table 2: Some physical properties of PUU films prepared with different POA contents Sample POA Water Contact Contact angle content absorption angle of water of ethylene glycol (wt%) (%) ([degrees]) ([degrees]) NPU 0 10.
The HX NPU family was first to demonstrate 100G wirespeed network processing last year and is now in-design for a new generation line cards and pizza boxes.
To obtain system flexibility in metro and edge routers, designers want search engines that connect glue-lessly with multiple NPUs," said Jag Bolaria, senior analyst at The Linley Group.
The X11 NPU will be deployed in the next-generation packet-based product family to meet the key requirements from multiple global operators.
Xelerated's X11 NPU combines the low cost and power efficiency of an ASIC with the advantages of an NPU, reducing cost and time-to-market.
The X11 NPU will be deployed in ZTE's High-End Enterprise and Metro Ethernet Platform.
Cookware manufacturer Tramontina is using the NPU technology for its Eco-Friendly Cookware[TM] line of pots and pans, now available in Wal-Mart stores.
Established in 1904, NPU is municipally-owned and governed by a five-member Board of Commissions and Sewer Authority.
13 /PRNewswire/ -- Faraday Technology Corporation (TAIEX: 3035), a leading fabless ASIC and IP provider, today announced NetComposer-I (NC-I), the first platform ASIC in its NPU structured ASIC platform product line.
The HX300 family offers the low cost and power efficiency of custom designed ASICs, while bringing the NPU advantages of reduced time-to-market and value differentiation through software.
The Network processor NPU 3M is the newest addition to IRIS' network processing unit (NPU) family known for its protocol-independent, scalable processors.