said this week that it had formed a partnership with
cloud computing division to provide the hardware for artificial intelligence training from one of the companies Intel has acquired.
The cards running the hardware are designed by Habana, an Israeli company focused on AI technologies that Intel (ticker: INTC) acquired roughly a year ago for $2 billion. The announcement, made at an Amazon Web Services event, marks a significant moment for Intel, which has yet to field a product capable of competing directly with the graphics processing unit-powered devices for AI learning made by rival
The Gaudi technology, Intel says,