Intel does take over gpu’s for expertise




Intel has taken over part of Ineda Systems. The Hyderabad-based company develops technology for autonomous driving, but the acquisition would focus on the gpu-related skills of about a hundred technicians.

Dasaradha Gude, the founder of Ineda Systems, confirms the takeover at the Times of India , but he did not want to give any details. A spokesperson for Intel tells the newspaper that his company has taken over the engineering resources of Ineda Systems, giving Intel an “experienced team in the field of socs to help build a business unit for loose GPUs.”

The Times of India reports that sources have indicated that it involves about a hundred technicians with gpu-related skills. Intel already has several hundred employees in Hyderabad who mainly develop software.

Ineda Systems was founded about eight years ago by Dasaradha Gude and the company is active in the autonomous driving, artificial intelligence and iot sectors. Before setting up this company, he was a director at AMD in India. The company raised tens of millions of dollars a few years ago with Samsung and Qualcomm, among others, after it had developed relatively economical chips for wearables. Later the company started to focus more on autonomous technology.


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