Nvidia President and CEO Jensen Huang said the company’s Grace Hopper superchips, which should help tech companies build more AI-related projects, are now in full production.
In his first public speech in four years, Taiwanese billionaire Jensen Huang – co-founder, current chairman and CEO of chipmaker Nvidia – declared that the world is at “the tipping point of a new computing era” that is being driven by artificial intelligence (AI).
Huang was attending Computex, a computer technology show in Taiwan, on Monday, an event showcasing a set of AI-related products — including Nvidia’s AI supercomputer DGX GH200, which the company’s CEO spoke about Said it was now “in full production”.
“I haven’t given a public speech in four years. Wish me luck!” he spoke to the packed room. “We have now reached the tipping point of a new computing era,” he said.
Talking about the new AI supercomputer, which has a staggering 144TB of shared memory and is powered by Nvidia Grace Hopper superchips, which should be able to handle complex AI, Huang said: “We are delighted that Google Cloud , Meta and Microsoft are the first companies in the world to have access to it”.
billionaire declares his company Nvidia to be at the forefront of the AI revolution, saying the new DGX GH200 The computer will be used for “exploratory research at the cutting edge, frontiers of artificial intelligence”.
Nvidia aims to use the new supercomputer to help tech companies build more AI-related products that require more complex computing tasks.
Huang’s announcement comes at a time when Nvidia’s shares is boomingDriven by the growing demand for its computer chips to meet the needs of popular AI tools such as chatgpt,
The chipmaker’s stock has soared more than 20 percent this week, pushing its market value closer to $1 trillion (€933.65 billion) as it rides the AI boom.
“Generative AI is rapidly transforming businesses, unlocking new opportunities and accelerating discovery in healthcare, finance, business services and many other industries,” said Ian Buck, vice president of accelerated computing at Nvidia. in a statement Released on Sunday.
“With full production of the Grace Hopper superchips, manufacturers around the world will soon provide enterprises with the accelerated infrastructure they need to build and deploy Generative AI applications that leverage their unique proprietary data”.