Graphcore Stock

graphcore.aiElectronicsFounded: 2016Funding to Date: $310.8MM

Graphcore is the developer of a new processor, Intelligence Processing Unit (IPU), specifically designed for artificial intelligence.

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Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan
M&G Investments
Mayfair Equity Partners

Team

Management Team

Nigel Toon
Co-Founder, Board Member & Chief Executive Officer
Nick Davies
Chief Financial Officer
Simon Knowles
Co-Founder, Board Member & Chief Technology Officer
William Coughran Jr.
Advisor, Technology

Board Members

Daniel Docter Ph.D
Dell Technologies Capital
Hermann Hauser Ph.D
Amadeus Capital Partners
Hongquan Jiang
Robert Bosch Venture Capital
Matthew Miller
Sequoia Capital
Nigel Toon
Olivier Huez
C4 Ventures
Simon Knowles
Siraj Khaliq
Atomico
William Elmore
Foundation Capital

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News

Join today's leading executives online at the Data Summit on March 9th. Register here. Two 5-year-old startups — one each from the U.K. and the U.S. — today announced a  partnership to design and build what they describe as “the next generation of AI infrastructure.” New York City-based Spell, which operationalizes deep learning at scale […]
Graphcore has published MLPerf results, revealing that its IPU-POD16 server outperformed Nvidia DGX-A100 in RESNET-50 model training.
Hermann Hauser, who helped to create Arm in 1990, told CNBC that Graphcore has opposed the deal in a "major submission."