AI chip startup NeuReality introduces its NR1-P object-oriented hardware architecture. Featuring CEO and co-founder Moshe Tanach artwork
Orchestrate all the Things podcast: Connecting the Dots with George Anadiotis

AI chip startup NeuReality introduces its NR1-P object-oriented hardware architecture. Featuring CEO and co-founder Moshe Tanach

  • S2E17
  • 32:48
  • May 5th 2021

NeuReality targets deep learning inference workloads on the edge, aiming to reduce CAPEX and OPEX for infrastructure owners

The AI chip space is booming, with innovation coming from a slew of startups in addition to the usual suspects. You may never have heard of NeuReality before, but it seems likely you'll be hearing more about it after today.

NeuReality is a startup founded in Israel in 2019. Today it has announced NR1-P, which it dubs a novel AI-centric inference platform. That's a bold claim for a previously unknown, and a very short time to arrive there -- even if it is the first of more implementations to follow.

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Orchestrate all the Things podcast: Connecting the Dots with George Anadiotis

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