For leading price performance in the cloud and on-premises

With the first-generation Intel® Gaudi® AI deep learning processor, customers benefit from the most cost-effective, high-performance training and inference alternative to comparable GPUs. This is the deep learning architecture that enables AWS DL1 instances based on the Intel Gaudi AI accelerator to deliver up to 40% better price/performance training as compared to comparable Nvidia GPU-based instances. Intel Gaudi AI accelerator’s efficient architecture also enables Supermicro to provide customers with equally significant price performance advantage over GPU-based servers with the Supermicro X12 Server featuring Intel Gaudi AI accelerators.

Intel Gaudi AI accelerator in the Cloud

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Intel Gaudi AI accelerator in the Data Center

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“When benchmarking training YOLOv5 on COCO, we found Intel Gaudi AI accelerator HPUs to outperform the incumbent NVIDIA A100 GPUs by $0.25 per epoch. That’s 25% more epochs per dollar.”

What makes the Intel Gaudi AI accelerator so efficient?

Process technology
DL Optimized
Matrix multiplication engine
8 Programmable
Tensor processor cores
32 GB
Onboard HBM2
10 Integrated
100G Ethernet ports
“At Leidos, we rank our solutions to our customers using the parameters of speed, scale, security, and usability. Our solution on Amazon EC2 DL1 Instances checks all the boxes.”
-Chetan Paul, VP of Technology and Innovation Federal Health

Massive and flexible system scaling with
Intel Gaudi AI accelerator

Every first-generation Intel Gaudi AI processor integrates ten 100 Gigabit Ethernet ports of RDMA over Converged Ethernet (RoCE2) on chip to deliver unmatched scalability, enabling customers to efficiently scale AI training from one processor to 1000s to nimbly address expansive compute requirements of today’s deep learning workloads.

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Options for building Intel Gaudi AI accelerator systems on premises

For customers who want to build out on-premises systems, we recommend the Supermicro X12 Server, which features eight Intel Gaudi AI processors. For customers who wish to configure their own servers based on Intel Gaudi AI accelerators, we provide reference model options, the HLS-1 and HLS-1H.
For more information on these server options, please see more details >

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Making developing on Intel Gaudi AI accelerators fast and easy:
Intel Gaudi Software

Optimized for deep learning model development and to ease migration of existing GPU-based models to Intel Gaudi AI platform hardware. It integrates PyTorch and TensorFlow frameworks and supports a rapidly growing array of computer vision, natural language processing and multi-modal models. In fact, over 200K models on Hugging Face are easily enabled on Intel Gaudi accelerators with the Habana Optimum software library. Getting started with model migration is as easy as adding 2 lines of code, and for expert users who wish to program their own kernels, the Intel Gaudi platform offers the full tool-kit and libraries to do that as well. Intel Gaudi software supports training and inference of models on first-gen Intel Gaudi accelerators and Intel Gaudi 2 accelerators.
For more information on how the Intel Gaudi platform is making it easy to migrate existing or building new models on Gaudi, see our SynapseAI product page >

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“Our benchmark showed that the Habana-based Amazon EC2 DL1 training instance delivered from 51% to 73% better price performance compared to the current GPU-based AWS EC2 instances on our deep learning benchmarking training tasks.”

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