More Details on ‘Half-Exaflop’ Horizon System, LCCF Emerge

Since 2017, plans for the Leadership-Class Computing Facility (LCCF) have been underway. Slated for full operation somewhere around 2026, the LCCF’s scope extends far beyond that of the large s

By Oliver Peckham

Nvidia Shuts Out RISC-V Software Support for GPUs 

Nvidia is not interested in bringing software support to its GPUs for the RISC-V architecture despite being an early adopter of the open-source technology in its GPU controllers. Nvidia has no pl

By Agam Shah

Nvidia Introduces New Ada Lovelace GPU Architecture, OVX Systems, Omniverse Cloud

In his GTC keynote today, Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang launched another new Nvidia GPU architecture: Ada Lovelace, named for the legendary mathematician regarded as the first computer programmer. The

By Oliver Peckham and Jaime Hampton

Nvidia’s Hopper GPUs Enter ‘Full Production,’ DGXs Delayed Until Q1

Just about six months ago, Nvidia’s spring GTC event saw the announcement of its hotly anticipated Hopper GPU architecture. Now, the GPU giant is announcing that Hopper-generation GPUs (which p

By Oliver Peckham

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