Hardware accelerator

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Hardware accelerator

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Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create an innovative hardware accelerator design with higher efficiency, increased power density and fast data computing. Use the interactive system diagram below to find advanced circuits that will help solve your design challenges and quickly deliver what is next in machine learning and artificial intelligence.

Design requirements:

Next-generation hardware accelerators often require:

  • Support of 48-V systems.
  • High DC/DC power conversion and protection.
  • High-speed signal conditioning layouts.

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