Nvidia to rent out Supercomputers for AI development

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Jensen Huang, CEO of Nvidia Corp, has announced that the company will rent out its powerful supercomputers, which are used to develop artificial intelligence (AI) technologies such as ChatGPT, to a broader range of business customers.

The move aims to accelerate an AI boom that has seen Nvidia shares rise 77% this year, making it roughly five times more valuable than long-term rival Intel Corp. Although access to supercomputers will cost $37,000 per month for eight of Nvidia’s flagship A100 or H100 chips strung together, the DGX Cloud rental service could give many more developers access to tens of thousands of its chips at once.

Nvidia also announced partnerships with Oracle Corp, Microsoft, and Alphabet to provide its supercomputers, which are used to develop new AI products, as a service. Furthermore, Nvidia announced new chips and software designed to make products such as chatbots much cheaper to operate on a daily basis after they have been created using supercomputers.

Other collaborations revealed include a collaboration with AT&T Inc to improve truck dispatching efficiency, a collaboration with quantum computing researchers to accelerate software development, and a collaboration with industry giant Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co to accelerate chip development.

Nvidia has also launched a service called AI Foundations to assist businesses in training their customized AI models. Several major stock image database owners intend to use the service, which would avoid legal issues regarding the copyright of images used to generate AI content.

Nvidia also announced technology to accelerate semiconductor design and manufacturing. The software makes use of Nvidia chips to accelerate a step between the software-based design of a chip and the physical fabrication of the lithography masks required to print that design on a piece of silicon.

The sources for this piece include an article in Reuters.

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