Advanced Computing in the Age of AI | Wednesday, April 24, 2024

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Nvidia’s New Blackwell GPU Can Train AI Models with Trillions of Parameters

Nvidia's latest and fastest GPU, code-named Blackwell, is here and will underpin the company's AI plans this year. The chip offers performance improvements from its predecessors, including the red-hot ...Full Article

Nvidia H100: Are 550,000 GPUs Enough for This Year?

The GPU Squeeze continues to place a premium on Nvidia H100 GPUs. In a recent Financial Times article, Nvidia reports that it expects to ship 550,000 of its latest H100 GPUs ...Full Article

Nvidia Launches AI Factories in DGX Cloud Amid the GPU Squeeze

Nvidia is now renting out its homegrown AI supercomputers with its newest GPUs in the cloud for those keen to access its hardware and software packages.  The DGX Cloud ...Full Article

Microsoft’s Rent-a-server Program Now Doing Generative AI

There's a new kind of shortage of chips: there isn't enough compute capacity availability to handle the computing demand of ChatGPT, which has overloaded OpenAI's servers. Microsoft hopes to ...Full Article

Nvidia Announces New AI Supercomputer ‘Eos’

At GTC22 today, Nvidia unveiled its new H100 GPU, the first of its new ‘Hopper’ architecture, along with a slew of accompanying configurations, systems and accompanying technology and software. ...Full Article

Nvidia’s Newly DPU-Enabled SuperPod Is a Multi-Tenant, Cloud-Native Supercomputer

At GTC 2021, Nvidia has announced an upgraded iteration of its DGX SuperPods, calling the new offering “the first cloud-native, multi-tenant supercomputer.” The newly announced SuperPods come just two ...Full Article
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