Habana Labs

Habana Labs is a company which develops artificial intelligence-based processors and chips. It offers Goya, a deep learning inference platform which comprises a complete hardware and software stack, including a graph compiler, kernel libraries, and tools necessary to integrate with the software frameworks that are used to optimize the deployment of artificial intelligence inferencing. The platform is designed to process various AI inferencing workloads such as image recognition, neural machine translation, sentiment analysis, recommender systems, and other applications.

Parent CompanyIntel
HQCaesarea, IL
Cybersecurity ratingAMore
Habana Labs was founded in 2016 and is headquartered in Caesarea, IL

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Key People/Management at Habana Labs

David Dahan

David Dahan

Co-Founder, CEO
Ran Halutz

Ran Halutz

Co-Founder, VP Research and Development
Eitan Medina

Eitan Medina

Chief Business Officer
Shlomo Raikin

Shlomo Raikin

Avi Shadmi

Avi Shadmi

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Habana Labs Office Locations

Habana Labs has offices in Caesarea, Tel Aviv, San Jose, Beijing and in 1 other location
Caesarea, IL (HQ)
Tarshish St
Tel Aviv, IL
Azrieli Center
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In total, Habana Labs had raised $75 m. Habana Labs is a subsidiary of Intel

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Habana Labs News and Updates

An Update On Intel And Habana Labs

Analyst Karl Freund provides an update on Intel's plans to switch its AI acceleration from Nervana to recently acquired Habana Labs.

Why one long-time industry analyst argues Intel's $2 billion purchase of AI startup Habana Labs is a direct challenge to Nvidia

Some analysts have questioned whether Intel's $2 billion purchase of Israel-based Habana Labs means its AI-strategy is struggling.  But one long-time industry analyst said the purchase is actually a bid to challenge the dominance of chipmaker Nvidia in building the infrastructure that powers advan…

Intel acquires AI chip startup Habana Labs for $2 billion

Intel announced that it has acquired AI chip startup Habana Labs for approximately $2 billion, strengthening its position in the market.

Intel announces $2 billion deal for AI-chipmaker Habana Labs

Intel Corp. said Monday that it plans to purchase Habana Labs, an Israeli artificial-intelligence chipmaker, for about $2 billion. "Habana turbo-charges our AI offerings for the data center with a high-performance training processor family and a standards-based programming environment to address ev…

Intel Acquires Habana Labs For $2B

EXCERPT: Intel has acquired AI chip startup Habana Labs for $2B. Let’s look at what this means for Intel, which has spent over three years working to deliver the Nervana solution for AI since it acquired the company in 2016.

World-Record AI Chip Announced By Habana Labs

Analyst Karl Freund gives his take on Habana Labs' recently announced Gaudi chip for AI training.
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Habana Labs Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Habana Labs founded?

    Habana Labs was founded in 2016.

  • Who are Habana Labs key executives?

    Habana Labs's key executives are David Dahan, Ran Halutz and Eitan Medina.

  • How many employees does Habana Labs have?

    Habana Labs has 120 employees.

  • Who are Habana Labs competitors?

    Competitors of Habana Labs include Horizon Robotics, Enflame and Luminous Computing.

  • Where is Habana Labs headquarters?

    Habana Labs headquarters is located at Tarshish St, Caesarea.

  • Where are Habana Labs offices?

    Habana Labs has offices in Caesarea, Tel Aviv, San Jose, Beijing and in 1 other location.

  • How many offices does Habana Labs have?

    Habana Labs has 5 offices.