Artificial Intelligence processor Telum coming soon from IBM
Monday, August 23, 2021
IBM announces the release of Telum, the artificial intelligence processor that has on-chip acceleration, designed to detect fraud in real-time, and will be released in the first half of 2022.
IBM introduced IBM Telum, their new processor that has on-chip acceleration for Artificial Intelligence inferencing.
The Telum Artificial Intelligence processor will be released in the first half of 2022
Here are the key highlights of Telum:
Lightning-Fast Fraud Detection
Telum’s on-chip acceleration for AI inferencing is capable of running AI models during the transaction. This improves fraud detection in industries that hold valuable customer and business information such as banking, finance, and insurance.
The chip contains 8 processor cores with a deep super-scalar out-of-order instruction pipeline, running with more than 5GHz clock frequency, optimized for the demands of heterogeneous enterprise-class workloads. The completely redesigned cache and chip-interconnection infrastructure provides 32MB cache per core and can scale to 32 Telum chips.
Commercializing IBM Research
Telum is the first IBM chip with technology created by the IBM Research AI Hardware Center. In addition, Samsung is IBM’s technology development partner for the Telum processor, developed in 7nm EUV technology node.
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