SambaNova Systems Extends Participation in Academic Research
SambaNova Systems Joins Stanford University Computer Forum as Affiliate Member
SambaNova Systems, a rapidly growing, Silicon Valley-based company that is building the industry’s most advanced systems platform to run AI applications from the datacenter to the edge, today announced it has been accepted as an affiliate member of the Stanford Computer Forum.
The Stanford Computer Forum is a cooperative venture that encourages collaboration between the computer science and the electrical engineering departments at Stanford and more than 60 companies located in Silicon Valley, the rest of the U.S., Asia and Europe. As an affiliate member, SambaNova Systems is eligible to participate in numerous ongoing research collaboration projects with Stanford University faculty and students, and other activities that promote the exchange of the most advanced technological ideas in the fields of computer science and electrical engineering.
“As the AI industry continues to evolve, we are honored to have the opportunity to collaborate with Stanford University and industry affiliates to share and help further new technology advancements in this space,” says Marshall Choy, vice president of products, SambaNova Systems. “As an affiliate member of the Stanford Computer Forum, we look forward to expanding the reach of and bridging Silicon Valley engineering innovations with others across all industries around the world.”