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9.17.2018
Startup’s AI Chip Beats GPU

Habana outruns Nvidia in inference
SAN JOSE, Calif. — A startup with ties to Amazon is sampling a 16-nm chip mainly targeted for data centers that it claims handily beats CPUs and GPUs for deep-learning inference jobs. Habana is raising funds…

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9.19.2018
Move Over GPUs:

Startup’s Chip Claims to Do Deep Learning Inference Better

Habana Labs, a startup that came out of “stealth mode” this week, announced a custom chip that is said to enable much higher machine learning inference performance compared to GPUs…

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9.19.2018
Habana Enters Machine-Learning Derby with Goya Platform

The Goya HL-1000 board is designed to deliver high performance and low latency for machine-learning applications.
Habana Labs has emerged onto the machine-learning (ML) stage with its Goya HL-1000 processor (Fig. 1). The x16 PCI Express Gen 4 board…

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9.19.2018
AI Chips Put to Data Center Tests

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — The rubber is about to meet the road in what’s projected to be a $25 billion market for deep-learning accelerators. Data centers are testing multiple chips in the labs now and expect to deploy some next year,…

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9.17.2018
Habana Labs targets AI processors

Habana’s deep learning inference processor, named Goya, is >2 orders of magnitude better in throughput & power than commonly deployed CPUs, according to the company. The company will offer a PCIe 4.0 card that incorporates a single Goya HL-1000 processor and…

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