(Worthy News) – Nvidia Corp on Tuesday announced new chips and technologies that it said will boost the computing speed of increasingly complicated artificial intelligence algorithms, stepping up competition against rival chipmakers vying for lucrative data center business.
The company provided details of new graphic chips (GPU) that will be at the core of AI infrastructure, releasing the H100 chip and a new processor chip called the Grace CPU Superchip, based on British chip firm Arm Ltd’s technology. It’s the first Arm-based chip from Nvidia to be unveiled since its deal to buy Arm fell apart last month.
Nvidia also announced its new supercomputer “Eos”, which it said will be the world’s fastest AI system when it begins operation later this year. [ Source: Reuters (Read More…) ]
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