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The availability of AI models optimized for the Flex Logix InferX accelerator enables edge device manufacturers to get to market quickly, reliably and affordably

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., May 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Flex Logix® Technologies, Inc., supplier of the most-efficient AI edge inference accelerator and the leading supplier of eFPGA IP, today announced that it has partnered with Roboflow, an end-to-end computer vision solution for developers, to produce edge AI vision models built for the Flex Logix InferX™ platform for a wide variety of applications. This partnership will enable customers to train computer vision models that take advantage of superior AI inference capabilities with high-accuracy, high throughout and low power for complex models such as YOLO object detection models needed for applications such as robotic vision, industrial, security, and retail analytics.

"Customers are seeing a need for alternatives to GPUs in edge inferencing applications," said Dana McCarty, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Flex Logix's Inference Products. "Through our partnership with Roboflow, we can empower these customers to use the Roboflow dataset management and model training technology, which eases model development, and also take advantage of our higher processing efficiency and lower power when compared to common GPU-based solutions."

"At Roboflow, enabling users to build high quality computer vision models and deploy to a wide range of industry leading hardware options like GPU, and now eFPGA, is essential. We are excited to add support for customers to train models and easily deploy them to the Flex Logix InferX X1 accelerator for advanced edge AI workloads," said Joseph Nelson, CEO at Roboflow. "The InferX accelerator is able to offer a low power, low cost and high efficiency solution, while still offering a compelling level of performance for inferencing applications."

The partnership creates a seamless connection between building custom computer vision models and easily deploying them into production. Once models are in production and on a device, customers are able to benefit from an active learning pipeline to continue improving their datasets and model performance for their given outcome.

About Roboflow
Roboflow is a technology company that enables developers to use computer vision even without machine learning expertise. Over 50,000 users from businesses of every size — from startups to public companies — use the company's end-to-end platform for image and video collection, organization, annotation, preprocessing, model training, and deployment. Roboflow provides the tools for companies to improve their datasets and build more accurate computer vision models faster so their teams can focus on their domain problems without reinventing the wheel on vision infrastructure. Over the long term, Roboflow is building the operating system for visual computing.

About Flex Logix
Flex Logix is a reconfigurable computing company providing AI inference and eFPGA solutions based on software, systems and silicon. Its InferX X1 is the industry's most-efficient AI edge inference accelerator that will bring AI to the masses in high-volume applications by providing much higher inference throughput per dollar and per watt. Flex Logix's eFPGA platform enables chips to flexibly handle changing protocols, standards, algorithms, and customer needs and to implement reconfigurable accelerators that speed key workloads 30-100x compared to processors. Flex Logix is headquartered in Mountain View, California and also has offices in Austin, Texas. For more information, visit

Kelly Karr
Tanis Communications

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