Rick Merritt writes, “Among other standards efforts, Xu applauded Habana’s use of Ethernet as an interconnect for its accelerators. In…Read More
Michael Feldman writes, “Not only do these two application areas [training and inference] present significantly different requirements for the hardware,…Read More
Dr. Ian Cutress of AnandTech provides a fairly comprehensive slide-by-slide blog of Eitan Medina’s talk at Hot Chips 31.Read More
Michael Feldman of The Next Platform, “Perhaps the biggest potential strength of Gaudi will be its ability to deliver performance…Read more
Frederic Lardinois writes, “…Gaudi chips beat GPUs in raw performance, it’s the company’s networking technology that gives it the extra…Read more
Facebook is donating AI platforms to the Open Compute Project, an organization that shares designs of data center products among…Read more
Habana is the best kept secret in AI chips. Designed from the ground up for machine learning workloads, it promises…Read more
Today Habana published Goya’s initial open-source Linux kernel driver patches for review to potentially include in the mainline kernel moving…Read more
Habana Labs, a start-up based in Tel-Aviv, Israel, raised $75 million in an oversubscribed series B funding for its development…Read more
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Nov. 15, 2018 — Habana Labs, Ltd. (www.habana.ai), today announced…Read more
Habana Labs, Ltd., today announced it is officially out of stealth mode and is sampling its first AI processor to…Read more
Israeli company Habana Labs claims to have developed a processor three times faster than that of its rival Nvidia.
The Goya HL-1000 board is designed to deliver high performance and low latency for machine-learning applications.
Habana Labs has…
Habana Labs describes its Goya HL-1000 as the world’s highest performance artificial intelligence (AI) inference processor. A PCIe card based…Read more >