Supercomputing without Supercomputers

Enabling new frontiers in science and technology by designing new algorithmic foundations

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Expanding the boundaries of computation

Cambridge Brain is a deep technology company that designs foundational computing architecture to enhance their efficiency (for example algorithmic architectures for optimization and learning). Our focus on designing performance improvements by one or more orders of magnitude against dominant methods.  The objective of our technology is two-fold:

  • Efficiency: to significantly reduce the number of computations required for critical applications (in optimization and learning).

  • Scale: to enable new frontiers in science and technology which are held back due to computational cost or complexity of solving larger scale problems.

We have conducted feasibility studies across multiple applications including DNA-assembly, route-optimization, scheduling, and constrained combinatorial optimisation. For more information, please contact us.