SAN DIEGO, Sept. 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- MemComputing Inc. is launching the first of many software-based coprocessors that solve complex problems that evade even the fastest supercomputers at TechCrunch DISRUPT. MemComputing's first coprocessor, known as Falcon, is tuned specifically for machine learning and artificial intelligence. Falcon is free to use for a limited time as a cloud-based software as a service (SaaS) platform. Custom software development kits (SDK) are also available.
"We're looking forward to our chance to showcase our technology at TechCrunch DISRUPT," said John Beane, MemComputing Inc. CEO. "We will be showing other startups and companies how they can solve their most complex problems thousands of times faster than the current best processing systems."
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Mr. Beane added, "Our performance is really hard to fathom. Most people are very skeptical when they first learn of what we can do, especially when we tell them it's done in software. Everyone expects that there is special hardware and probably a supercomputer behind it all. But that's not the case. In fact, that is the main reason we made it so easy to access over the Internet with an initial period of free use. You don't have to believe what we say. You can try it and see for yourself."
MemComputing Inc., a startup in the EvoNexus tech incubator, provides software-based coprocessors, focused on the Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence market segments. MemComputing solutions are accessible via restful webservices on their SaaS platform along with custom software development kits. For more information, visit memcomputing.com or contact us at email@example.com.
If you would like more information about this topic, please contact John Beane at +1-858-227-4721 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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