Join Habana Labs on Monday, August 19 at Hot Chips 2019: A Symposium on High Performance Chips.
The Hot Chips conference, which is sponsored by the IEEE Technical Committee on Microprocessors, focuses on the latest advances in semiconductor chip design and implementation.
On Monday, August 19 at 6:15 at the conference, Eitan Medina, Habana’s CBO, will share the company’s recently announced, innovative approach to scaling AI Training systems with its GAUDI AI Processor. Eitan will show how AI Training in datacenter and cloud operations can reap previously unavailable advantages with GAUDI’s integrated on-chip RoCE RDMA, leveraging industry-standard Ethernet networking. These advantages include…
- Higher capacity
- Speedier throughput
- Greater flexibility
- Increased sourcing options with standards-based technologies
- Avoidance of proprietary lock-in that limits growth and customization
…all of which add up to increased productivity and efficiency for AI datacenter customers.
Eitan will show how GAUDI eases implementation of AI systems from a small-scale server to medium and large-scale systems. And, brings a new level of performance to data parallel and model parallel computation.