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Canadian AI start-up Tenstorrent expands its footprint in Japan

Tenstorrent, a Canadian start-up known for its work on artificial intelligence (AI) accelerators and RISC-V processors, has made a full-scale entry into the Japanese market. The company, founded in 2016, is primarily active in the United States and has raised $230 million in Series C funding, with around 260 employees. CEO Jim Keller, a renowned hardware engineer with experience at AMD, Apple, and Intel, assumed the role of President, CTO, and Director in January 2021.

The processor and accelerator design firm offers AI accelerators as individual chips, PCIe cards, and servers, as well as chiplet design IP. . .

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