MADISON, Wis. – As the race for artificial intelligence heats up, hardware is back in vogue.
Look no further than Google’s Tensor Processing Unit (TPU), SoftBank’s acquisition of ARM (SoftBank hopes to be a big player in AI), and now a venture-backed startup rolling out a family of “Deep Learning” computers.
That startup is Wave Computing, based in Campbell, Calif. The six-year-old company came out of stealth mode Thursday (July 21), revealing its design of a massively parallel dataflow processing architecture called the Wave Dataflow Processing Unit (DPU) for deep learning.
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