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AI Hardware Summit USA 2019

September 18-19 | Mountain View, California

The AI Hardware Summit USA is the first and only conference dedicated solely to the ecosystem developing hardware accelerators for neural networks and computer vision. Over 500 attendees are expected.

Enjoy a 10% discount: Use discount code ESILICON10 at registration.

Nearly 40 companies—including hyperscalers, semiconductor companies, device manufacturers and the critical mass of AI hardware start-ups from across the globe—will present their approaches to processing machine learning training and inference workloads in both server and client computing.

Topics to be covered include whole-stack optimization of AI, architectural innovations in AI hardware, deployment of new AI hardware in server and client computing and the impact of AI on storage, memory and networking.

A marked difference from last year is the increased focus on the end users of AI chips, with enterprises such as Microsoft, Facebook, Dell, IBM, Panasonic, Medallia and a host of autonomous vehicle companies, presenting on their AI hardware deployments and requirements.

John Hennessy, Alphabet; Lip-Bu Tan, Cadence and Naveen Rao, Intel.

Sample Presenting Companies

Cerebras Systems
Google Brain
Intel AI
Pure Storage
Wave Computing
And more…

eSilicon at the AI Hardware Summit

Visit our booth to learn the latest on our 7nm neuASIC platform, a modular methodology for machine learning ASIC design. We will also be demonstrating our AI Estimator and our long-reach full-DSP SerDes over a five-meter cable with our partner Samtec. You’ve heard of rack-to-rack communications? We’re going to try booth-to-booth. And the head of our AI products will explain how to reduce AI chip costs.

Track: AI Acceleration in Server & Cloud Computing
Presentation: Counterintuitive Intelligence: Doing More to Cost Less. A TCO Story
Patrick Soheili, eSilicon’s VP, business and corporate development, will present.
Day One
Tuesday, September 17
4:40-5:00 PM

AI Hardware Summit USA
Computer History Museum
Mountain View, California
September 17-18, 2019