OpenVINO Pros and Cons

OpenVINO Pros

Utku Aktas
Computer Vision Engineer at UpWork Freelancer
It reduces the required processing power on the CPU and GPU. With OpenVINO, you can run your normal algorithms and normal software on CPU, but don't require a huge amount of processor power. It is faster, and you have plenty of more resources for other jobs. It is easy to manage the software with OpenVINO. You can change the number of models or quotes. I can use five quotes for a model, or I can write a particular model with a quote. Management is easy without touching the software.
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ChristianRivera
Freelance Engineer at Autonomo
The features for model comparison, the feature for model testing, evaluation, and deployment are very nice. It can work almost with all the models.
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Zafar Muhammed
Founder and CEO at HiTech Solutions and Business Automation
The inferencing and processing capabilities are quite beneficial for our requirements.
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OpenVINO Cons

Utku Aktas
Computer Vision Engineer at UpWork Freelancer
Their resolution time for certain kinds of issues could be better. I had a problem during the implementation, and it took them two or three months to resolve it. I wasted so much time. If it is a simple problem or implementation issue, they will provide the answers and solve it quickly, but if there are some problems with the product, it can take time.
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ChristianRivera
Freelance Engineer at Autonomo
It has some disadvantages because when you're working with very complex models, neural networks if OpenVINO cannot convert them automatically and you have to do a custom layer and later add it to the model. It is difficult.
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Zafar Muhammed
Founder and CEO at HiTech Solutions and Business Automation
The model optimization is a little bit slow — it could be improved.
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