The Habana team was thrilled with the turn-out of so many AI business leaders and academic gurus at this year’s Hot Chips. Thank you to those of you who attended and provided comment on Eitan Medina’s talk on Habana’s approach to scaling AI Training systems and update on our Goya Inference processor’s leading performance on BERT. For more info on that achievement, please see our Goya info here.
Dr. Ian Cutress of AnandTech live blogged the talk, which you can check out here. Thanks, Ian, for such a comprehensive blog.
Thank you, too, to all of you who came by our booth to see Habana’s live demos of Goya on BERT and Gaudi on ResNet, as well as our HLS-1 Training System featuring Habana’s HL-205 Mezzanine Card.
Thank you, David Schor for the photos you posted at the conference.
And finally, a big thank you, too, to the awesome volunteer team that made the Hot Chips 31 the super professional and smooth running, high-value conference that it was. Your customer and attendee focus really paid off in an extraordinarily pleasant 3 days of useful information, training and networking.
So, what’s next for Habana? We look forward to the upcoming AI Hardware Summit on September 17 & 18 where we’ll celebrate our one-year anniversary of coming out of stealth mode to introduce our company and Goya. Please come see Habana’s talk and product demonstrations. Here’s more info on the conference.