What if machine learning applications on the edge were possible, pushing the limits of size and energy efficiency? GreenWaves is doing this, based on an open-source parallel ultra low power microprocessor architecture. Though it's early days, implications for IoT architecture and energy efficiency could be dramatic.
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Edge computing -- data processing near where data is generated -- is growing ever more important with the rise of 5G and the Internet of Things. But, it has no standardization to speak of. The Linux Foundation's newly minted LF Edge seeks to remedy this problem.
IoT sensor data analysis and aggregation, real-time customer engagement, and AR/VR engagement are driving edge computing to a prioritization among businesses.
A slew of recent research finds all kinds of ways to improve neural networks, from compressing the math needed to compute network weights to reducing data bandwidth to contemplating novel distributed computing systems.
Edge computing is being sought out for faster response and cost savings, but there are concerns about security and latency when large volumes of data are processed on such platforms.
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Six-year-old startup Efinix has created an intriguing twist on the FPGA technology dominated by Intel and Xiliinx; the company hopes its energy-efficient chips will bootstrap the market for embedded AI in the Internet of Things.
Four-year-old startup Flex Logix has taken the wraps off its novel chip design for machine learning. CEO Geoff Tate describes how the chip may take advantage of an "explosion" of inferencing activity in "edge computing," and how Nvidia can't compete on performance.
Stealth startup Cornami on Thursday revealed some details of its novel approach to chip design to run neural networks. CTO Paul Masters says the chip will finally realize the best aspects of a technology first seen in the 1970s.
Cisco, Huawei, Nokia, Ericsson, Dell, HP, and Alef Mobitech have shown that a mobile edge computing platform can be deployed across existing 4G infrastructure to provide 5G services.
IT resources are aggressively being centralized in the cloud, but some cutting edge technologies will need to balance cloud with localized computing power. That's where edge computing comes in.
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What if machine learning applications on the edge were possible, pushing the limits of size and energy efficiency? GreenWaves is doing this, based on an open-source parallel ultra low power microprocessor architecture. Read more: https://zd.net/2Nu2t43
Xiaomi spilled the beans about its 5G smartphone at Mobile World Congress 2019, and also performed its first 5G call outside of China.
LG Uplus has deployed more than 10,000 5G sites across Korea using Huawei technology, providing average mobile speeds of 900Mbps in Seoul.
The Samsung Galaxy 5G S10+, the LG V50 ThinQ, and the Oppo 5G phone will be available either exclusively or first on Telstra's 5G network.
Using 5G technology from Ericsson and a prototype 5G phone from Oppo, Singtel and Optus have made a Singapore-to-Australia 5G augmented reality call.
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