The unique design of Intel® Stratix® allows it wind up calculations at a binding speed which is approx. 10-100 times faster as compared to chips in consumer devices. The latest version of this chip, the Intel Stratix 10 FPGAs, came on board in February this year and carries an ability to performance 10 Trillion Floating Point Operations Per Second or TFLOPS. It is one of its kind chip which is also the fastest one in the world. FPGAs represent a very special class of computer chips that is coming into action with the rise in applications like high-performance computing, advanced search engines, next-generation wireless networks, artificial intelligence, speech-recognition and so forth.
A step ahead from traditional CPUs that are empowering present day desktops and laptops, these FPGAs can be easily customized from a remote distannce to carry out specialized tasks.
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