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IBM announces system-on-chip AI hardware

By ET Bureau - October 25, 2022 1 Mins Read

IBM announces system-on-chip AI hardware

IBM is entering the hardware acceleration arena with the announcement of the IBM Artificial Intelligence Unit this week (AIU).

The AIU is a complete system-on-chip board that connects to servers using a PCIe interface that is standardized in the industry. The IBM Tellum chip, which powers the IBM z16 series mainframes, including the LinuxOne Emperor 4, includes an AI core that serves as the foundation for the AIU. The AI cores on the Tellum processor are 7nm, while the AIUs have 32 cores each and were developed using a 5nm (nanometer) process.

Additionally, IBM built the AIU to be as compatible as possible with the majority of the software stack used by contemporary data scientists, including widely used programs like the free and open-source PyTorch and TensorFlow technologies.

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