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AR processor exceed Terra Operation Per Seconds
« on: February 19, 2014, 10:16:08 AM »
KAIST's AR processor, which is produced using the 65 nm (nanometers) manufacturing process with the area of 32 mm2, delivers 1.22 TOPS (tera-operations per second) peak performance when running at 250 MHz and consumes 778 miliWatts on a 1.2V power supply. The ultra-low power processor shows 1.57 TOPS/W high efficiency rate of energy consumption under the real-time operation of 30fps/720p video camera, a 76% improvement in power conservation over other devices. The HMDs, available on the market including the Project Glass whose battery lasts only for two hours, have revealed so far poor performance. Professor Yoo said, "Our processor can work for long hours without sacrificing K-Glass's high performance, an ideal mobile gadget or wearable computer, which users can wear for almost the whole day."

Sounds very promising, on clock frequency of 250 Mhz it can achive 1.57TOPS/W it very efficient. I wonder why Intel cant do that. Intel processor need a high ammount of electrical energy to power it on. Did intel left behind?
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