00:07 — This episode is brought to you by the Cloud Wars Expo. This in-person event will be held June 28th to 30th at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California.
00:28 — As artificial intelligence is often associated with cloud technologies, there are large infrastructures that make cloud capabilities and services possible. IBM, a Cloud Wars Top 10 company, is part of this.
01:01 — In November 2021, NeuReality, an Israel-based AI-centric inference platform, partnered with IBM to help improve the IBM system architecture as well as improve its cost and energy efficiency. Additionally, NeuReality also partnered with AMD to bring its AI server-on-a-chip solution to reality.
01:31 — The mission of NeuReality is to help customers easily scale their AI usage while significantly cutting costs, lowering energy consumption, and shrinking the data center footprint with AI-optimized infrastructure.
01:52 — This is causing a disruption in the mindset of how AI is leveraged.
02:23 — Many companies have long-term sustainability goals in place. For instance, IBM announced its efforts to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. By partnering with NeuReality, IBM can achieve its sustainability goals through AI-powered chips.
03:04 — This is bringing AI democratization closer to the edge. Using AI-powered chips reduces the latency for AI needs.
03:42 — If you have AI compute power or AI-powered chips, it can equip people with the necessary compute power no matter where they are. However, we’re still facing a global supply chain issue. So, from the chip manufacturing side, will the current supply chain issues need to be resolved to meet this new demand?
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