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Images: Intel Scales Neuromorphic Research System to 100 Million Neurons

  • A closer look shows one of the rows within Intel’s latest neur
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Photo 1: A closer look shows one of the rows within Intel’s latest neuromorphic research system, Pohoiki Springs. The system, unveiled in March 2020, is made up of eight of these rows, with each containing three 32-chip Intel Nahuku boards, for a total of 768 Loihi chips. The ninth row is made up of Arria10 FPGA boards. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 2: Pohoiki Springs, a data center rack-mounted system unveiled in March 2020, is Intel’s largest neuromorphic computing system developed to date. It integrates 768 Loihi neuromorphic research chips inside a chassis the size of five standard servers. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 3: A photo shows Intel’s latest neuromorphic system, Pohoiki Springs, and one of the rows within it. The system unveiled in March 2020 integrates 768 Loihi neuromorphic research chips inside a chassis the size of five standard servers. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 4: A close-up shows an Intel Nahuku board, each of which contains eight to 32 Intel Loihi neuromorphic research chips. Intel’s latest neuromorphic computing system, Pohoiki Springs, was unveiled in March 2020. It is made up of 24 Nahuku boards with 32 chips each, integrating a total of 768 Loihi chips. (Credit: Tim Herman/Intel Corporation)

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