Not quite "cheap as chips"...The CogniBlox system is composed of four CM1K chips or a total of 4096 cognitive memory processing elements per board in a trainable 3-layer network, each having 256 programmable 1-byte connections to the input. Systems of 1 million elements can be configured allowing for 256 million connections every 10 microseconds with a typical power consumption of 500 watts and 0.13 petaops1 of performance. The Cogniblox system is supported on Windows and Linux platforms using .NET and Java based tools for managing the simple commands for training and recognition tasks of the array. Hardware support for dynamic re-configurability and complete architectural flexibility for X, Y & Z scaling is also inherent in the CogniBlox architecture. Prices start at $3,000 for a single board CogniBlox, with volume discounts for the 1 million system (250 CogniBlox boards).
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