This paper proposes a high-throughput median finding architecture where the sorting of an incoming pixel is executed by a high-speed Compare and Select (CS) module. In this work, four clock pulses are required to populate the 4 X 4 window as four pixels are read at a time from the incoming grey image. This median finding process is carried out by parallel and pipeline median architecture. The proposed median finding process requires two read operations to take eight input pixels and generates four output pixels with a latency of seven clock cycles. The proposed architecture has been implemented on Xilinx Virtex–VII FPGA. The proposedarchitecture is synthesized using the SoC Encounter along with Faraday 90 nm standard cell library. The maximum operating frequency is 950.57 MHz, the total gate count is 4540, area is 0:40543 mm² and the dissipated power is 0.92617 mW. The high-throughput, high-speed and low-power-dissipation nature of the proposed architecture make it suitable for computationally extensive Internet of Things (IoT) applications.