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LeapMind Inc. Announces “DeLTA-Lite,” Building Solution for Embedded Deep Learning Models without Programming, to Officially Support “Cyclone (R) V SoC”

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LeapMind Inc., a leading deep learning solution provider for enterprises, announced on July 17 that “DeLTA-Lite,” a building solution for embedded deep learning models without programming, to officially support “Cyclone (R) V SoC” delivered by Intel Corporation of the United States. “DeLTA-Lite” started to provide an additional, FPGA-oriented service from July 2, 2018.

The said FPGA is loaded in “DeLTA-Kit,” a hardware kit for easily evaluating deep learning released on June 27, 2018.

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At the release of “DeLTA-Lite” in April 2018, the scope of its support was for CPUs and FPGAs, but now expanded its scope to “Cyclone (R) V SoC” as well to reach out to more clients. LeapMind is planning to diversify hardware support for “DeLTA-Lite” in the future.

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The kit released in June will enhance usability of “DeLTA-Lite” by enabling an additional feature where it generates downloadable binary and configuration files after training deep learning models. Those outputs can be executed on FPGAs.

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