Optalysys is addressing demand for AI and the problem of Moore's Law breaking down with its optical processing technology which is claimed to enable new levels of AI performance for high resolution image and video-based applications. The Optalysys technology also uses photons in place of electrons, and performs high resolution calculations that allow the high speed processing of large image/pattern-based data. In the AI space, Otalysys offers a scalable processor for performing end-to-end, full-resolution processing of multi-mega-pixel image and video data or contextually pre-processing data for boosting performance of existing Convolutional Neural Network-type models.
Optalysys develops Optical Co-processing technology which is claimed to use less energy compared with conventional computers. Instead of conventional electricity its first coprocessor is based on an established diffractive optical approach using the photons of low-power laser light and its electrons. This technology is scalable.
Optalysys launches world's first commercial optical processing system, the FT:X 2000
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