Europe’s Chip Sovereignty Altering US Chip Companies’ Exascale Approach

November 16, 2022

Europe’s sovereign approach to exascale computing is complicating plans for U.S. chipmakers to breakthrough in the market, and in the process, empowering local chipmakers. For one, a European chip startup called SiPearl is emerging as an early... Read more…

Nvidia’s H100 Debuts in ‘Henri,’ Topping the Green500 List

November 14, 2022

Nvidia’s H100 GPU, the flagship of its Hopper architecture, has debuted on the Top500 and Green500 lists at SC22. The new GPU appears in the relatively small Read more…

Frontier Keeps Top Supercomputer Spot, Nvidia’s H100 Debuts on List

November 14, 2022

The 60th edition of the Top500 list, revealed today at SC22 in Dallas, Texas, showcases many of the same systems as the previous installment, with Frontier stil Read more…

Nvidia Bolsters Omniverse for HPC, Announces NOAA-Lockheed Partnership

November 14, 2022

Over the past months, Nvidia has put a spotlight on its OVX hardware – purpose-built systems aimed at its Omniverse digital twins platform. Now, at SC22, Nvid Read more…

Nvidia Adds Rescale Software Stack to AI Cloud Computing

November 9, 2022

Nvidia does not have all the internal pieces to build out its massive AI computing empire, so it is enlisting software and hardware partners to scale its so-called AI factories in the cloud. The chip maker's latest partnership is with Rescale, which provides the middleware to orchestrate high-performance computing workloads on public and... Read more…

Nvidia Touts DPU Efficiency in Datacenter Use

November 3, 2022

As Moore’s law slows, chips and datacenters are devouring more power than ever to maintain performance gains – and so chipmakers, programmers and system ope Read more…

Oracle Providing a Ground to Fuel Nvidia’s Subscription Revenue

October 18, 2022

Oracle is bringing Nvidia's AI Enterprise software suite alongside thousands of its latest GPUs to its cloud infrastructure, which could fuel the chipmaker’s Read more…

Oregon State University to Launch Nvidia-Powered Supercomputer Center

October 17, 2022

Oregon State University (OSU) is planning to launch an expansive, expensive – $200 million – new research and education center. The center will be named aft Read more…

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