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hardware accelerator

A device that speeds up processing or transmission. See accelerator.
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It is important to bring to the attention of the reader that the proposed PCIU hardware accelerator can be mapped to other less expensive FPGAs such as Virtex-5LX as long as enough Block Ram is available to accommodate the bit vectors (stored in [Mem.sub.2]) resulting from the preprocessing stage and used in the classification phase.
Successful candidates who apply to Brinc's three-month IoT & Connected Hardware Accelerator will receive $125,000, $25,000 in Brinc services credit, access to Schneider Electric's customers, mentorship and market knowledge in exchange for 10 per cent equity in the start-up.
Selected candidates enter Brinc's three-month IoT & Connected Hardware accelerator in Hong Kong, a global hardware business hub.
A DNN hardware accelerator template for FPGA was developed, offering first-class hardware support for exploiting sparse computation and custom data types.
Swarm64 is the developer of hardware accelerator solutions for PostgreSQL, one of the most widely used databases in the world.
The first Internet of Things (IoT) hardware accelerator in the Middle East region - Brinc Batelco IoT Hub - has been unveiled in Bahrain and it aims to be a leader in driving innovation in the field of technology.
Summary: Batelco, a leading digital solutions provider in Bahrain, has launched Brinc Batelco IoT Hub, the first Internet of Things (IoT) hardware accelerator in the Middle East region.
MANAMA: Brinc Batelco IoT Hub, the first Internet of Things (IoT) hardware accelerator in the region, was launched yesterday by Transportation and Telecommunications Minister Kamal Ahmed.
The company is a graduate from HAX in San Francisco (world's first and most prolific hardware accelerator) and runner-up at British Invention of the Year.