Samsung and Intel race to develop next-gen AI processors

Following Google, Meta, Apple and Microsoft, Samsung and Intel joined the race to develop next-gen AI processors. Aimed to lead AI semiconductor tech, both companies launched chips addressing NVIDIA GPU shortcomings, including price and performance per watt.

After completing the development of MACH-1, Samsung has recently started working on MACH-2. The company has also supplied MACH-1 prototypes to major IT firms in South Korea (Naver) and other parts of the world to gather feedback for MACH-2 development.

Intel launched its latest AI semiconductor – Gaudi 3, collaborating with Naver. The company aims to counter NVIDIA GPU drawbacks, particularly in price and performance per watt. Notably, Intel’s Gaudi 3 offers over 40% better power efficiency than NVIDIA GPUs.

Tech giants launching AI chips also prioritize energy efficiency. Google Cloud’s TPU “v5p” is 60% more energy-efficient than similar hardware, with a performance of 459 TFlops. Samsung also prioritizes power efficiency in MACH-1 and MACH-2 development.

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