In place of their Nervana efforts, Intel will be expanding their efforts on a more recent acquisition: Habana Labs. Picked up by Intel just two months ago, Habana is an independent business unit that has already been working on their own AI processors, Goya and Gaudi. Like Nervana’s designs, these are intended to be high performance processors for inference and training. And with hardware already up and running, Habana has already turned in some interesting results on the first release of the MLPerf inference benchmark.Full details at AnandTech.
Intel narrows down AI efforts, gets rid of Nervana to focus on Habana Labs
Posted on Tuesday, Feb 04 2020 @ 13:01 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck