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DARPA Grant

DARPA Grant MemComputing’s co-founder, Max Di Ventra, has been granted half-a-million dollars over 18 months from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to further develop MemComputing’s technology and its applications to AI.  “Our project, if successful, would have a large impact in the field of machine learning and artificial intelligence by showing that physics...

GPU Acceleration

MemComputing Announces GPU-Acceleration for the MemCPU™ XPC SaaS Platform SAN DIEGO, Oct. 21, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- MemComputing, Inc., developer of disruptive high performance computing technology, today announced that its MemCPU XPC Software-as-a-Service platform now includes GPU acceleration, delivering another 100x performance increase. MemComputing's technology harnesses the power of physics to dramatically reduce compute times for today's...

HPC Podcast

Listen to our CEO John Beane, and CTO Fabio Traversa talk about MemComputing on a recent podcast hosted by Radio Free HPC The @RadioFreeHPC team delves into this topic with the folks at MemComputing, a San Diego startup that’s built a new parallel foundation for computing. It calls it the universal memcomputing machine, and a...

MIP Finalist

Finalists Announced for Connect’s Most Innovative New Product Awards Twenty-one innovative San Diego companies will compete at 32nd annual awards   SAN DIEGO, CA (October 8, 2019) – Connect w/ San Diego Venture Group (SDVG) announced today the technology and life sciences finalists for the 32nd annual Most Innovative New Product Awards (MIP). The winning...

Newest Partner

SAN DIEGO, Oct. 2, 2019 /PRNewswire/ MemComputing, Inc., developer of disruptive high performance computing (HPC) technology, today announced it has been selected for participation in the Chevron Technology Ventures (CTV) Catalyst Program. CTV's Catalyst Program supports early-stage companies who are advancing cutting-edge technologies that can directly benefit the oil and gas industry. MemComputing's technology harnesses...

Space Accelerator

MemComputing Selected to Join Air Force Research Laboratory’s Catalyst Space Accelerator SAN DIEGO, Sept. 12, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- MemComputing, Inc., developer of disruptive high performance computing technology, today announced it has been selected as one of eight startups nationwide to join the Catalyst Space Accelerator, centered around space-based Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR).  The Catalyst...

Technically Very Impressive

If you are old enough, you’ll remember back when your old cell phone would end up in a drawer after you bought the hottest, newest thing. Maybe you’d hock it on Craigslist or hand it down to your brother. Enter John Beane, an entrepreneur with some serious technical chops and the boldness to take on...

MemComputing Brings on Veteran SaaS Product Leader

MemComputing Brings on Veteran SaaS Product Leader MemComputing, the disruptive tech-startup who’s leading the charge in next-gen computing performance, proudly announce they have appointed Larry Heminger as Chief Information Officer. Larry has over 25 years of technical experience and leadership in SaaS and multi-cloud solutions, as well as systems design and integration. Larry joins MemComputing...

Deep dive into tomorrow’s super-connected world — 2019 Trends

New computing systems Today, we exploit known physical phenomena to efficiently compute difficult problems. The most recent example is quantum superposition and entanglement used by quantum computers. In contrast to bits in today’s computers which can be either the so-called qubits in quantum computers can represent various possible combinations of at the same time. This...

Local startup aims to revolutionize computing industry

Mark Armao/The Daily Transcript Physicists Fabio Traversa (left) and Massimiliano Di Ventra (center) teamed up with serial entrepreneur John Beane two years ago to tackle some of the world’s most complex computational problems using a novel approach. Local startup aims to revolutionize computing industry Mark Armao Imagine you're a salesperson. You plan on traveling to...

MemComputing’s MemCPU™ Coprocessor Is First To Solve A Computational Benchmark That Has Remained Unsolved For Nearly A Decade

Software-based coprocessor demonstrates relevance for large-scale commercial optimization applications SAN DIEGO, Aug. 1, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- MemComputing, Inc. today announced it has delivered integer linear programming functionality as part of its proprietary MemCPU™ Coprocessor technology. The company's software-based coprocessor demonstrated unprecedented computational performance by finding solutions for a problem considered intractable. MemComputing found solutions to other...

MemComputing Compute Engine Rivals Quantum Computer Performance

Accelerate the training of a neural network with improved accuracy. SAN DIEGO, Jan. 30, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- MemComputing, Inc. is launching its second of many software-based coprocessors, known as MemComputing Engines. Through third-party evaluations, MemComputing's engines have now been shown to rival both supercomputers and quantum computers.  MemComputing's engines are tuned specifically for machine learning...

Memcomputing compute engine rivals Supercomputer Processing Speeds

Improve the Performance of Machine Learning Optimization Calculations by 4 Orders of Magnitude or More. San Diego, CA, September 18, 2017– MemComputing Inc. is launching the first of many software-based coprocessors that solve complex problems that evade even the fastest supercomputers at TechCrunch DISRUPT. MemComputing’s first coprocessor, known as Falcon, is tuned specifically for machine...

New Brain-Like Computer May Solve World’s Most Complex Math Problems

A new computer prototype called a "memcomputer" works by mimicking the human brain, and could one day perform notoriously complex tasks like breaking codes, scientists say. These new, brain-inspired computing devices also could help neuroscientists better understand the workings of the human brain, researchers say. In a conventional microchip, the processor, which executes computations, and the...

UCSD scientists build brain-inspired computer

Inspired by the human brain, UC San Diego scientists have constructed a new kind of computer that stores information and processes it in the same place. This prototype "memcomputer" solves a problem involving a large dataset more quickly than conventional computers, while using far less energy, the scientists say in a study. The memcomputer prototype...