Vecow and Blaize to deliver workstation-grade AI solution
Vecow and Blaize,have announced the launch of Vecow ECX-2400 workstation-grade AI Computing System. Vecow ECX-2400 AI Computing System harnesses the Blaize Graph Streaming Processor based Xplorer AI accelerator to deliver outstanding AI performance with higher system reliability, lower power consumption and faster time-to-market.
Strategic cooperation agreement to integrate lidar and AI
Blaize has announced a strategic cooperation agreement with Lidar solutions leader LeiShen, for in-depth cooperation on the integration of Lidar and AI functions in intelligence applications for autonomous operation acrossa range of automotive and smart city markets in China. As part of the agreement, Blaize and LeiShen are building a sensor fusion solution combining LeiShen Lidar technology with AI processing on the Blaize Pathfinder P1600 SOM e...
Blaize announces $71M Series D financing
Blaize has announced the close of a $71m Series D round of funding. Franklin Templeton, a new investor, and Temasek, an existing investor, led the round, along with participation from DENSO and other new and existing investors.
Reference design for enhanced 3D computer vision
Blaize and eYs3D Microelectronics have announced a reference design for the Blaize Pathfinder P1600 SoM (system on a module) for enhanced 3D computer vision. The Blaize Pathfinder P1600 is integrated with the eYs3D Depth Camera product line of 3D cameras.
AI as a service edge platform for global markets
Blaize has announced that Minds Lab of Seongnam, S. Korea has extended its maum.ai ‘AI as a service (AlaaS)’ cloud service to the Edge running on Blaize Xplorer X1600P PCIe accelerator platform and utilising the Blaize AI Software Suite.
Blaize names Mark Glasgow as worldwide sales VP
Blaize has announced the appointment of Mark Glasgow as VP of Worldwide Sales. Glasgow joins Blaize to lead and grow the Blaize sales organisation seizing the substantial opportunity for Blaize pioneering products in the multi-billion-dollar market for AI in industrial edge, enterprise, and automotive/mobility segments.
Blaize and Weikeng partner to expand distribution
Blaize has announced an partnership with Weikeng to provide demand generation distribution for Blaize products in China, Taiwan and Southeast Asia edge computing markets. Blaize is delivering AI computing hardware and software products built to overcome today’s requirements for compute and productization of AI applications at the edge.
AI as a service edge platform launched
Blaize has announced that Minds Lab of Seongnam, South Korea has extended its maum.ai ‘AI as a service (AlaaS)’ cloud service to the Edge running on Blaize Xplorer X1600P PCIe accelerator platform and utilising the Blaize AI Software Suite.
Code-free AI software platform for edge AI lifecycle
Blaize has unveiled the Blaize AI Studio offering, an open and code-free software platform to span the complete edge AI operational workflow from idea to development, deployment and management. AI Studio dramatically reduces edge AI application deployment complexity, time, and cost by breaking the barriers within existing application development and machine learning operations (MLOps) infrastructure that hinder edge AI deployments.
Blaize Pathfinder and Xplorer for computing on the edge
Blaize has announced the company’s first AI computing hardware and software products, the Blaize Pathfinder and Xplorer, built to overcome today’s requirements for compute and productisation of AI applications at the edge.
AI processing technology to bring lower energy to automotive industries
Blaize has announced that it is collaborating with AXELL CORPORATION and ax Inc. to integrate Blaize Graph Streaming Processor (GSP) technology solutions into the AXELL ailia AI framework. The result will be extremely efficient commercially available (2H 2020) AI solutions aimed at the automotive, retail and gaming industries worldwide.
AI processing architecture to be on display at CES 2020
Blaize has announced plans for the first public demonstrations of its Blaize Graph Streaming Processors (GSPs) architecture at CES 2020. A next-generation computing architecture designed for AI workloads, the Blaize offering tackles the economic and technical barriers to widespread AI adoption, addressing energy, cost and complexity challenges.
Blaize emerges from stealth to transform AI computing
Blaize has emerged from stealth and unveiled a next-generation computing architecture that precisely meets the demands and complexity of new computational workloads found in artificial intelligence applications.