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The 10 Hottest AI Chipmakers You Should Be Watching In 2021

Investors are putting hundreds of millions of dollars into AI chip startups that are developing new optimized architectures for training and inference while semiconductor giants Intel and Nvidia seek to protect their market-share dominance with expanding product portfolios.

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Groq

Top Executive: Jonathan Ross, CEO

Groq wants to win the AI chip crown from Nvidia with a simplified chip architecture design that it says is “radically improved” over GPU architectures, allowing it to provide 10 times lower latency. The Mountain View, Calif.-based startup said in April that it had closed $300 million in new funding from investors, which it said reflected the “strong customer endorsement” it has received for its first generation of tensor streaming processors. The startup last fall started shipping TSP-packed Groq cards along with Groq server nodes, which it says offers “unprecedented” total cost of ownership benefits thanks to the system’s high performance and low power.

 
 
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