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Gaudi is a processor that handles machine learning training workloads, and has 32GB of memory built-in, a memory bandwidth of 1TB per second, and consumes up to 200W. The only AI processor with Integrated RDMA over Converged Ethernet to provide scalability and lower total cost of ownership. Gaudi is designed for versatile and efficient system scale out and scale up with integrated on-chip RoCE RDMA, enabling high-performance inter connectivity.

The Hailo-8 processor includes memory and runs at up to 26 tera operations per second (TOPS), and when running the ResNet-50 benchmark consumes 1.67 watts and achieve 2.8TOPS/W. Hailo offers a software development kit (SDK) that was co-developed with the hardware.

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GAUDI is ranked 12th in Enterprise GPU while Hailo-8 is ranked 8th in Enterprise GPU. GAUDI is rated 0.0, while Hailo-8 is rated 0.0. On the other hand, GAUDI is most compared with , whereas Hailo-8 is most compared with NVIDIA DGX Systems, Intel Movidius Myriad X VPU, Intel Movidius Myriad 2 VPU and NeuroBlade.

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