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January 2021 Newsletter

January 26, 2021

PCIe Expansion in Advancing Transportable AI System Design

In our new white paper, we discuss how the growing number of transportable AI applications, from autonomous driving to object identification in military aircraft, increases the need for users and data scientists to focus on overall AI system architecture design rather than individual innovations in a single hardware component or piece of software.
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Role of PCIe Expansion in Advancing Transportable AI System Design

PCIeThe growing number of transportable AI applications, from autonomous driving to object identification in military aircraft, increases the need for users and data scientists to focus on overall AI system architecture design rather than individual innovations in a single hardware component or piece of software.

Where a traditional multi-rack datacenter may be able to integrate the latest individual enhancement in AI framework, processing, networking, flash storage or GPU, an integrated embedded AI system in a mobile environment requires a complete system change to take advantage of these innovations.
 
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