While this year’s Spring GTC event doesn’t feature any new GPUs or GPU architectures from NVIDIA, the company is still in the process of rolling out new products based on the Hopper and Ada Lovelace GPUs its introduced in the past year. At the high-end of the market, the company today is announcing a new H100 accelerator variant specifically aimed at large language model users: the H100 NVL. The H100 NVL is an interesting variant on NVIDIA’s H100 PCIe card that, in a sign of the times and NVIDIA’s success in the AI field, is aimed at a singular market: large language model (LLM) deployment. There are a few things that make this card atypical from NVIDIA’s usual server fare – not the least of...
Please join us at 8:00am PT (15:00 UTC) for our live blog coverage of NVIDIA’s Spring GTC keynote address. The traditional kick-off to the show – be it physical...18 by Ryan Smith on 3/21/2023
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