CoCoPIE helps lower end smartphones achieve high-end performance
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CoCoPIE can help lower-end smartphones achieve high-end performance. The technology can quickly enable real-time deep learning on billions of existing mobile devices, generating tremendous commercial values.

Xipeng Shen, CoCoPIE Co-Founder, and CTO, in an interview, said,” CoCoPIE is a software company. It tries to enable AI on mobile devices and IoT devices through pure software solutions. So this CoCoPIE technology, even mid-end or even lower-end devices like smartphones can achieve high-end mobile device performance because our groundbreaking technology can accelerate AI applications and other applications to three to 30 times compared to the state at large.”

With the Apple event coming up next week, many users are expecting a new iPhone and there always seems to be a need to replace your phones every one to two years. All this will change as modern applications rely more and more on deep learning technology to deliver smart services. These deep learning models require a lot of computation power and need for newer smartphones with powerful processors. But using CoCoPIE technology, a software solution, such as big neural networks can be computed faster even on low-end smartphones.

CoCoPIE Key Features

  • Best enabler of real-time AI on mobile devices.
  • Defy the necessity of special chips for mobile AI.
  • Offer the fastest DNN pruning and acceleration.
  • Support a broad range of DNNs

It can prove to be groundbreaking as it will narrow the gap between lower-end processor computing power and these modern applications.

Companies such as Tencent have signed a contract with CoCoPIE to use the technology to deliver AI applications and the real-time speed browser in Java phones. Cognizant is yet another customer using its technology to deliver smart applications to their customers.

You can understand the CoCoPIE technology here.

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