CMOS annealing machine is a non-Neumann architecture computer that Hitachi has developed by utilizing the structure of SRAM, a storage device, to perform optimization processing with the Ising model. Since the first prototype was released in 2015, there have been many series of products, including the ASIC version which uses King's graph and continues to update the world's best specifications, the FPGA versions, and the Momentum Annealing version which is now available in the market.
Provide the basic knowledge necessary for using the Annealing Cloud Web platform, demo app and Ising editor which can experience the operation of CMOS annealing machine, and various documents.
The purpose of the Annealing Cloud Web and the NEDO project.
Introducing the various implementations of CMOS annealing.
The basic knowledge necessary for using Annealing Cloud Web and information on CMOS annealing machine.Read More
A description about the hamiltonian of Ising model and the processing performed in demo apps.Read More
Demo apps that allows you to connect to a CMOS annealing machine installed in the cloud and display the results.Read More
A learning Ising editor that can set interaction on a small lattice manually.