Hailo Unveils Its New Hailo-10 GenAI Accelerator, Revolutionizing AI Deployment on Edge Devices Worldwide

Hailo Secures $120 Million in Funding, Introduces Hailo-10

Hailo, a unicorn founded by graduates of the Elite Technological Unit of the Intelligence Corps, has announced the launch of its new Hailo-10 GenAI accelerator. This move puts the company in a strategic position to bring classic AI and GenAI to edge devices, significantly expanding the deployment and impact of this important technology. With offices in several countries and a network of distributors worldwide, Hailo serves over 300 customers globally.

In an interview with CEO and co-founder Or Danon, he said that closing their latest funding round allows them to leverage all the exciting opportunities they have in store and paves the way for their long-term growth. The new Hailo-10 accelerator empowers edge devices with GenAI, allowing users to fully own their creative artificial intelligence experiences. By transitioning AI processing from the cloud to end devices, Hailo ensures continuous access to GenAI services, real-time processing, improved privacy, and reduced carbon footprint.

The processors developed by Hailo are a rethinking of traditional computing architecture that enables smart devices to perform sophisticated tasks while minimizing power consumption and cost. These processors are intended for integration in various sectors such as automotive, security, computing, industry, and retail. The company’s mission is to make AI an integral part of our daily lives by developing innovative technologies that can be easily integrated into different platforms and applications.

Hailo’s processors are designed with an emphasis on energy efficiency and minimal power consumption. They enable users to run a wide range of AI applications seamlessly across different end devices without burdening the CPU or draining the battery. In addition to personal computers and in-vehicle systems, these processors will also be used in other industries such as healthcare, transportation

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