Intel Chip Performs 10 Trillion Calculations per Second
Intel Images: The Intel Stratix 10 FPGA
Because of the Intel® Stratix® 10’s unique design, it can whip through calculations at blinding speeds – often 10 to 100 times faster than the chips in consumer devices. Intel Stratix 10 FPGAs – the latest version came out in February – are capable of 10 TFLOPS, or 10 trillion floating point operations per second. The Stratix 10 is the fastest chip of its kind in the world.
FPGAs, or field programmable gate arrays, are a special class of computer chip that is surging in importance with the rise of applications like speech-recognition, artificial intelligence, next-generation wireless networks, advanced search engines and high-performance computing.
Unlike traditional central processing units (CPUs) that power today’s laptops and desktops, FPGAs can be customized – or reprogrammed remotely and on the fly – to perform highly specialized computing tasks.
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