NPU


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NPU

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

(2) (Neural Processing Unit) See neuromorphic chip.
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The report states that Samsung's NPU will be prevalent more in the Galaxy Note 9 which is rumoured to come out in November.
claims that its NPU has reached 600 in giga operations per second, while Huawei
The NPU said it believed that it would be better for the police, an agency that is responsible for carrying out investigation, to inquire into the matter by including the accused in the case and the side benefiting from this scam into the ambit of investigation rather than asking the media of mass communication to disclose the source for its own convenience, following the order of the respected court to open investigation in the matter.
The specialized NPU, combined with Huawei's HiAI mobile computing platform, means the Kirin 970 delivers 25x better performance and 50x greater energy efficiency for AI-related tasks, compared to four Cortex-A73 cores.
Most devices already have an artificial intelligence based voice assistant nowadays, but employing an NPU inside the chipset is a whole other gambit.
Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has established a good working relationship with both the NPU and SBU, and ongoing training programs have deepened these relationships.
And across Rugeley NPU incidents fell by 11 percent down 95 from 827 to 732.
NPU has used state and federal grants and tax incentives to replace traditional cars and trucks with natural gas, hybrid and electric vehicles.
NPU has even blamed the whole mess "on the actions of Air India" which after the first deportations declined to seat US-bound students claiming it had been informed by the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) about the two schools being under the scanner.
HX 100G NPU offers unique combination of programmable wirespeed processing, advanced traffic management, and low power consumption
According to the company, the X11 NPU is to be deployed in the next-generation packet-based product family to meet the requirements from multiple global operators.