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Intel aims to make AI tools more accessible in India

August 09, 2018

Chipmaker Intel is working towards accelerating the accessibility of artificial intelligence (AI) tools across industries and plans to drive the next wave of computing. To this end, the company is strategically investing to develop AI-ready talent in the country and has trained more than 99,000 developers, students and professors since April 2017.

In order to deploy its AI portfolio in the local ecosystem, Intel India has collaborated with Philips, arya.ai, and Mphasis NEXT Labs.

Given the massive surge in the amount of data getting generated, Intel is also striving to tap the $200 billion market opportunity by 2022 for its data-centric businesses.

The company said that it generated $1 billion in revenue came from Intel Xeon Processors in 2017. Further, according to the company, Intel Optane DC persistent memory-based systems can achieve up to eight times the performance gains for certain analytics queries over configurations that rely only on DRAM memory.

Intel is planning to expand its connectivity portfolio with 'SmartNIC', a new and innovative product line which is based on Intel Arria 10 FPGAs and enables optimised performance for Intel Xeon processor-based systems.

 
 

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