CogniMem demonstrates 40,000-neuron, scalable cognitive memory computing system at SC12 Conference
CogniMem Technologies Inc. has developed a greater than 40,000-neuron, scalable cognitive memory computing system based on CogniBlox, a memory-based parallel processing capability that architecturally implements how the human brain processes data. As a result, computing can scale on hardware without any additional software adjustments. CogniMem introduced and displayed the system here at the 2012 Supercomputing Conference.
With architectural re-configurability and local Magnetoresistive Random-Access Memory (MRAM), the CogniBlox system can scale to very large arrays of cognitive memory and configurations. The result is a platform for deployment of real artificial intelligence with exceptional speed performance and low power consumption. The greater than 40,000 neuron cognitive memory system consists of 10 CogniBlox boards, offering a large bank of cognitive memories with no impact on operation and enabling a path to exascale computing for a wide range of data-mining applications.
Prices start at $3,000 for a single board CogniBlox (4,096 (or 4K) Cognitive memories, with volume discounts for the larger multi-board Cogniblox configurations.
CogniMem is demonstrating its 40,000-neuron cognitive memory system Nov 13-15 at Booth # 1534 at the SC12 conference in Salt Lake City..