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Xilinx Acquires DeepPhi Tech ML Startup

2 monthes ago   |   By Anand Tech

Xilinx this week announced that it had taken over DeepPhi Technology, a machine learning startup from China. Deep Phi has been using Xilinx FPGA for its ML projects since its inception in 2016 and is therefore seen as a good fit for Xilinx to expand further into machine learning.
DeepPhi 's key product is Xilinx FPGA-based Aristotle architecture that is used to compute convolutional neural networks. The product is now used for video and image recognition tasks on surveillance cameras and NVR/DVR solutions, but the architecture itself is flexible and scalable for everything from smartphones...
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