Intel acquires Israel IA company for $2bn

The US Intel Corp announced Monday the acquisition of Israel-based Habana Labs, the developer of dedicated artificial intelligence processors called Goya, for about $2bn. The firm, which employs more than 150 personnel in Israel, Poland and San Jose, will retain its independence under the same management team led by David Dahan and Ran Halutz, who sold their PrimeSense to Apple for $345m in 2013. Goya comprises hardware and software, including a high-performance graphic compiler, hundreds of kernel libraries, and the tools needed to integrate software frameworks used by customers.

 

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2 thoughts on “Intel acquires Israel IA company for $2bn

  • Dec 16, 2019 @ 22:18 at 22:18
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    You mean AI, not IA, don’t you?

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