NeuReality appoints former Intel exec as R&D officer

NeuReality appoints former Intel exec as R&D officer

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By Peter Clarke

AI semiconductor startup NeuReality (Caesarea, Israel) has appointed Ilan Avital as Chief R&D Officer.

Avital was previously vice president of engineering for data center networking at Intel and had spent 29 years at the company.

NeuReality, management includes Lior Khermosh, who serves as the company’s CTO. NeuReality, which completed a $35 million Series A financing round at the end of 2022, currently employs about 50 employees at the company’s development centers in Caesarea and Tel Aviv. The company is soon to deliver its Network Addressable Processing Unit (NAPU) which is expected to address generative AI and Large Language Model (LLM) applications.

“I am excited for the opportunity to lead the company’s transition from technology development to commercial production,” said Avital, in a statement.

Moshe Tanach, CEO of NeuReality, said: “The new era of generative AI and Large Language Models (LLMs), such as ChatGPT, require very large processing arrays that are extremely expensive, consume an enormous amount of power, and introduce a variety of additional issues, including real-estate and other logistical challenges. Our technology answers the concerns of the AI market, enabling large scale deployment of AI applications to be faster, easier and less expensive – integral for a sustainable AI industry moving forward.”

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