Neuron network computer devices available.

The Kanban cell neuron (KCN) mimics the human neuron with 9-input (dendrites) and 1-output (axon) via a logical look up table with access in under 2 nanoseconds depending on hardware device. This allows for the framework of machine cognition.
Dec. 25, 2012 - PRLog -- Neuron network computer devices available.

Colorado Springs, Colorado - December 21, 2012 - Ersatz Systems Machine Cognition, LLC (ESMC) is pleased to announce production availability of software and hardware devices for its Kanban cell neural network.

"Programming files are generated to implement field programmable gate arrays", said Colin James III. "ESMC maintains one set of source code for the Kanban cell neural network (KCNN) in the VHDL language. It is 100% portable to devices from the major manufacturers", said James.

The performance in yzpxf hardware is about three times faster than in software, at a rate of about three million neurons per second. In terms of the raw processing power for logical signals, this is about 3,000 times faster than that of a human brain.

Applications using these parts target the business, military, and scientific sectors.

Quantity licenses and specialty fabrication is available now on schedule in 2012 4Q.

Ersatz Systems Machine Cognition, LLC (ESMC) is the developer of computer software and hardware to make machines self-aware. Products include phi-ratio arithmetic, real time database performance, and computer chips that effectively think.  

Colin James III, Principal,
3925 Elisa Court, Colorado Springs CO 80904 USA Telephone: (719) 210-9534
Zhang Wei 张伟, Director of Marketing 营销总监,
Changsha City, Hunan Province, China 长沙市,湖南省,中国


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