In February of 2019, IBM launched its IBM Research AI Hardware Center in Albany, N.Y., to create a global research hub to develop next-generation AI hardware with various technology partners and expand the company’s joint research efforts in nanotechnology.

Now, almost three years later, Israeli AI vendor NeuReality has joined the research center as its first start-up semiconductor partner, with the aim of helping IBM develop the next generation of high-performance AI inference platforms that can lower costs and power consumption requirements for deep learning use cases.

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