The Aquantia AQtion AQN-107 Network Interface Card (NIC) is based on the company’saward-winning1 AQtion Ethernet controller. It is designed to deliver Multi-Gig connectivityto individual users that was previously only available for high-end servers. The AQtionAQN-107 is game changer, enabling the evolution of Enterprise, gaming, and homenetworking beyond 1 Gbps up to 10 Gbps, 5 Gbps, and 2.5 Gbps rates. It is ideallysuited for client PCs and workstations.
The Aquantia AQtion AQN-108 Network Interface Card (NIC) is based on the company’saward-winning AQtion Ethernet controller. It delivers Multi-Gig connectivity for PCs andworkstations that was previously only available for high-end servers. The AQtion AQN-108is ideally suited for PCs and workstations used for Enterprise, gaming, and home networksrequiring rates beyond 1 Gbps up to, 5 Gbps, and 2.5 Gbps.
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Be on the leading edge of neural network developmentwith the Movidius™ Neural Compute Stick. Prototype and tuneyour Deep Neural Network with this USB form factor devicethat enables you to run on a power-efficient devicedesigned for machine intelligence applications.
This Voice Recognition & Playback Module can output thru UART or I2C port. It can accept external voice command thru an external microphone. It will feedback the voice recognition result to host thru UART. The module used simple interface but built with rich functions. It enable easy system implementation with voice recognition and playback functions.
LinkIt™ 2523 HDK (the "Product"), offered as part of MediaTekLinkIt™ Development Platform for RTOS, is developed, manufactured, offered and sold by Silicon Application Corp. Group ("SAC"), a member of WPG Holdings (“WPG”), and/or WPG, subject to its sales terms and conditions. SAC develops the Product based on the hardware board reference design available on the website of MediaTek Inc.
Originally introduced by Motorola in 1984, this classic 32-bit microprocessor was used in many products, including the Apple Macintosh II featured in the 2015 film “Steve Jobs” as well as many other consumer and industrial products that still use the MC68020 today.