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Making computers fast, efficient and probabilistic, inspired by physics

As Feynman described

In his 1982 seminal work, quantum physicist Richard Feynman presented the work that started the field of quantum computing. He also introduced probabilistic computing, a paradigm straddling computing with bits and qubits, sharing specific attributes of both. 

P-Computers process information faster by 17X while spending less energy. P-Computers operate at room temperature, are compatible, and can be embedded with existing semiconductor chips running on batteries at the edge or data centers. 

Get a demo to estimate your problem's speed up on

p-computer vs. conventional and quantum processors.

Full implementation of the technology enables another 100X speed up.

Physics-Inspired

At the intersection of statistical physics, quantum-inspired computing and software-defined-hardware

Mixed-Signal

P-bits leverage the power of analog information processing while providing error-free digital outputs  

Autonomous

Capable of autonomous 

updates independent of computer clocks

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