Lewis Rhodes Labs
Lewis Rhodes Labs provides Neuromorphic Systems with unparalleled precision and low power consumption at a disruptively low price. Based upon a unique understanding of how the sensory cortex of the brain processes streams of data, LRL has developed a Neuromorphic Processor for implementation in PCIe based Systems. The result is a state-of-the-art pattern matching data Microscope with dramatically higher speeds, and lower operational overhead, ultra-low power consumption, complexity and cost.
The Neuromorphic Data Microscope originated from the research of Lewis Rhodes Labs' co-founder Dr. Pamela Follett, a pediatric neurologist & neuroscientist, into the underlying mechanisms of developmental brain disease. Using animal models for cerebral palsy and described neurological mechanisms a computer model was created to analyze the relationship between white injury and cognitive deficits. Over time LRL's co-founders realized the model was broadly applicable to a wide range of critical data analysis applications.
Working closely with Sandia National Labs, LRL was able to reduce the theory of neuromorphic computing to practice. The first result of this partnership is the Neuromorphic Data Microscope.
Lewis Rhodes Labs has rolled out the initial version of its Neuromorphic Data Microscope on FPGAs, and plans to implement an ASIC version in the near future.