Nvidia again launches a powerful AI tool

Sristi Singh By Sristi Singh - Content Writer
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Nvidia again launches a powerful AI tool Nvidia has recently unveiled a groundbreaking AI chip that has garnered significant attention. CEO Jensen Huang announced the introduction of the next-generation AI chip architecture, named “Rubin,” prior to the COMPUTEX tech conference in Taipei on Sunday.

The introduction of Rubin follows the March announcement of the forthcoming “Blackwell” model, which is currently in production and slated for customer shipments later in 2024. Huang’s unveiling of Rubin signals an acceleration in Nvidia’s pace of AI chip development. Nvidia has committed to a “one-year rhythm” for releasing new AI chip models, a notable departure from its previous two-year update timeline. This shift reflects heightened competition in the market, compelling Nvidia to increase its chip launch frequency.

Nvidia faces stiff competition from major tech players such as AMD and Intel, both vying for Nvidia’s market dominance. Additionally, formidable contenders like Microsoft, Google, and Amazon are also intensifying competition in the AI chip sector. Moreover, the emergence of new startups further adds to the competitive landscape. Therefore, Nvidia’s decision to launch new AI chips annually is a strategic move to maintain its position in the fiercely competitive artificial intelligence market.

“Today, we stand at the threshold of a significant transformation in computing,” stated Huang on Sunday. “Through our advancements in AI and accelerated computing, we are expanding the limits of what can be achieved and propelling the next wave of technological progress.”

The Rubin chip platform will introduce new GPUs, essential graphic processing technology utilized in training and deploying AI systems. Additionally, it will incorporate other innovative features, including a central processor referred to as “Vera.” However, the announcement on Sunday did not offer extensive details regarding these features.

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