Grace Hopper’s Big Debut in AWS Cloud While Graviton4 Launches

November 29, 2023

Editors Note: Additional Coverage of the AWS-Nvidia 65 Exaflop ‘Ultra-Cluster’ and Graviton4 can be found on our sister site Datanami. Amazon Web Service Read more…

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H100 Fading: Nvidia Touts 2024 Hardware with H200 

November 13, 2023

Supercomputing enthusiasts are speed demons, so it made sense for Nvidia to discuss its 2024 computing products at Supercomputing 2023.  Nvidia's next-gener Read more…

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How AMD May Get Across the CUDA Moat

October 5, 2023

When discussing GenAI, the term "GPU" almost always enters the conversation and the topic often moves toward performance and access. Interestingly, the word "GPU" is assumed to mean "Nvidia" products. (As an aside, the popular Nvidia hardware used in GenAI are not technically... Read more…

Nvidia Delivering New Options for MLPerf and HPC Performance

September 28, 2023

As HPCwire reported recently, the latest MLperf benchmarks are out. Not unsurprisingly, Nvidia was the leader across many categories. The HGX H100 GPU systems, which contain eight H100 GPUs, delivered the highest throughput on every MLPerf inference test in this round. Read more…

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Nvidia Adds Faster HBM3e Memory to the GH200 Grace Hopper Platform 

August 9, 2023

Nvidia Grace-Hopper offers a tightly integrated CPU + GPU solution for what is becoming a generative AI dominated market. To increase performance, the graphics Read more…

Nvidia Announces Four Supercomputers, with Two in Taiwan

May 29, 2023

At the Computex event in Taipei this week, Nvidia announced four new systems equipped with its Grace- and Hopper-generation hardware, including two in Taiwan. T Read more…

Nvidia Advances Hybrid Quantum with Introduction of DGX Quantum Platform

March 21, 2023

Nvidia’s homegrown combined CPU and GPU offering, called Grace Hopper, has been slow out of the gate, but the chipmaker is finding a new use for it in enabling hybrid quantum computing. The Grace Hopper chip is being used alongside Quantum Machines' quantum hardware to facilitate quantum-classical computing. Read more…

HPE to Build 100+ Petaflops Shaheen III Supercomputer

September 27, 2022

The King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) in Saudi Arabia has announced that HPE has won the bid to build the Shaheen III supercomputer. Sh Read more…

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