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No-Shows Blight AI Hardware Summit

A number of companies originally signed on to present or sponsor at AI Hardware Summit pulled out of the show.

By Kevin Krewell, EETimes, Sept. 25, 2019 – 

The second AI Hardware Summit held this week here at the Computer History Museum was significantly larger than the inaugural event from last year. It was a clear indication that the semiconductor industry is exceedingly interested in AI startups. But the show is not just all about startups. There were also the established players including Intel and Nvidia.

While the show was well attended and several companies made interesting disclosures, the big news never quite materialized. In fact, several companies expected to attend did not show up. One company, Groq, dropped out at the very last minute. It surprised everyone at the show, since the startup was well-funded and its first disclosure was highly anticipated.

This year’s event included design support companies such as Synopsys and eSilicon. There was even a panel on system supporting technologies from Crossbar, Rambus, and Pure Storage. Microsoft and Facebook presented their approaches to hyper-scale data center AI.

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