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Nvidia’s 6 Biggest GTC 2021 Product Announcements

The chipmaker is making major expansions beyond its traditional GPU business with the reveal of a new data center CPU, a next-generation data processing unit and new DGX systems for AI computing at the company’s GTC 2021 event.

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Nvidia Challenges Intel, AMD With Grace CPU For AI Data Centers

Nvidia revealed an Arm-based data center CPU for AI and high-performance computing it says will provide 10 times faster AI performance than AMD’s 64-core EPYC Rome processors. The new data center CPU is named Grace after computer programming pioneer Grace Hopper, and it’s set for launch in early 2023. The CPU can deliver 900 GB per second of bi-directional bandwidth for CPU-to-GPU communication thanks to a next-generation Nvidia NVLink interconnect that connects the Arm-based CPU and an Ampere GPU on Grace’s system-on-chip. Grace will use next-generation Neoverse CPU cores from Arm as well as an LPDDR5x memory subsystem, which the company said will provide double the bandwidth and 10 times better energy efficiency. Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang said the company will now have road maps for GPUs, DPUs and CPUs, with architecture updates happening every two years, with one year putting emphasis on x86 platforms and the other on Arm platforms.

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