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Habana Labs chosen to AI train the Voyager supercomputer

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Voyager will also feature Habana's octa-core Goya inference processor
Artificial intelligence (AI) chip maker Habana Labs has announced San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) selected it to provide high-performance inference accelerators and AI training for its Voyager supercomputer.

SDSC's Voyager, scheduled for release in fall 2021, is earmarked for advancing AI research across a range of science and engineering domains.

"We are honored that Habana's AI processors have been selected to power the AI workloads that will run on San Diego Supercomputer Center's Voyager supercomputer," said Eitan Medina, chief business officer at Habana.

"This implementation of our Gaudi and Goya products showcases how top academic institutions like SDSC can harness efficiency and performance to effectively address the growing demands of AI…
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