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Intel Labs Builds A Neuromorphic System With 64 To 768 Loihi Chips: 8 Million To 100 Million Neurons

Intel announced Pohoiki Beach and Pohoiki Springs, two new research neuromorphic systems capable of scaling from 64 to 768 Loihi chips with 8 million to 100 million neurons per system.

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Nvidia Inference Research Chip Scales to Dozens of Chiplets

Nvidia recently presented a research chip comprising dozens of chiplets that enables them to scale from milliwatts to hundreds of watts in order to cater to different markets such as edge, mobile, automotive, and data center.

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Intel’s Spring Crest NNP-L Initial Details

An initial look into Intel’s upcoming Nervana Neural Network Processor (NNP) accelerators.

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Wave to acquire MIPS

Wave Computing will be acquiring MIPS Technologies.

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Cambricon Reaches for the Cloud With a Custom AI Accelerator, Talks 7nm IPs

Cambricon has announced their first high-performance and high-power AI accelerator for the data center in an effort to gain market share in the growing Chinese AI market.

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QUEST, A TCI-Based 3D-Stacked SRAM Neural Processor

Attempting to address the memory bandwidth problem, the QUEST neural processor uses 3D-stacked SRAM dies along with ThruChip Interface wireless communication technology to deliver sufficiently high bandwidth to sustain peak processing performance.

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Qualcomm introduces a new Vision Intelligence Platform

Going after the growing intelligent IoT market, Qualcomm is introducing a new Vision Intelligence Platform for accelerating camera vision processing in smart IoT applications.

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The RISC-V momentum continues with the GAP8, a new IoT/AI Application Processor

The RISC-V momentum continues with the the launch of the GAP8, an IoT/AI ultra-low power application processor by GreenWaves, a France-based startup. The chip is designed for lengthy autonomous battery-powered edge/IoT inference operations.

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Fujitsu launches a deep learning accelerator for industrial apps

Fujitsu launches a new deep learning accelerator PCIe card specifically for accelerating inference for edge computers for industrial equipment.

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Esperanto exits stealth mode, aims at AI with a 4,096-core 7nm RISC-V monster

Exiting stealth mode, Esperanto, a small start-up lead by Dave Ditzel has unveiled their high-performance RISC-V cores they have been working on. Their first product will be a 4,096-core manycore processor designed for accelerating AI workloads.

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