Intel acquires AI chipmaker Habana Labs in $2 billion deal

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Habana Labs acquisition intended to help supercharge Intel's foray into AI chip market
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Habana Labs acquisition intended to help supercharge Intel's foray into AI chip market

Intel's Habana acquisition intended to accelerate its efforts in the AI chip market

Intel is to acquire Israel-based artificial intelligence (AI) chipmaker Habana Labs for approximately $2 billion. Intel expects the acquisition to help strengthen its AI portfolio and to also speed...

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