Hailo Democratizes Edge Artificial Intelligence Through Power Efficient Edge Computing Box

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By Lian Jye Su | 3Q 2021 | IN-6233


AI in the Box


In June 2021, Hailo, an Israel-based edge Artificial Intelligence (AI) chipset vendor, announced its partnerships with several Taiwan-based industrial equipment manufacturers, including Lanner Electronics and Vecom. These partnerships involve the inclusion of Hailo-8, Hailo’s Machine Learning (ML) inference chipset, in industrial-grade fanless x86 computing boxes. These boxes can support multiple cameras through digital input-output (I/Os), multiple serial communications, and USB ports, along with gigabit network interfaces. In addition, they are relatively small in terms of footprint, designed for outdoor usage through wall-mount installation.

These announcements came on top of Hailo’s partnership with Foxconn and Socionext in the launch of BOXiedge, an edge computing box for ML-based machine vision, in May 2020. Hailo envisions these edge computing boxes being widely adopted in smart city, smart retail, and manufacturing applications. These edge boxes can support high-performing ML inference engines for mission- and business-critical machine vision applications, including video analytics…

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