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Nvidia’s 8 Biggest GTC 2020 Product Announcements You Might Have Missed

The chipmaker’s biggest product announcements at GTC 2020 include a new type of processor Nvidia believes will benefit every data center, new GPUs for professionals, software that brings new AI capabilities to videoconferencing and an expanded partnership with VMware.

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Nvidia DGX SuperPODs Start Shipping Through Partners

Nvidia announced that its DGX SuperPOD supercomputer clusters are now shipping and available through certified partners.

DGX SuperPODs consist of 20 DGX A100 systems that can provide 100 petaflops of AI performance and can scale up to 140, bringing its total AI juice to 700 petaflops. Each DGX A100 system contains eight A100 Tensor Core GPUs, two 64-core AMD EPYC processors, nine Mellanox ConnectX-6 SmartNICs and a Mellanox HDR InfiniBand 200 interconnect.

The chipmaker said DGX SuperPODs are already shipping to customers in Korea, the United Kingdom, Sweden and India and are expected to be installed by the end of the year. In most cases, according to the company, DGX SuperPODs can be installed within just a few weeks.

Among the initial deployments is Cambridge-1, an 80-node DGX SuperPOD cluster that will provide 400 petaflops of AI performance, which, according to Nvidia, will make it the fastest supercomputer in the U.K. when it goes online before the end of the year.

The company said DGX SuperPOD is available as a blueprint for certified Nvidia partners to deploy their own versions of the supercomputer cluster architecture. Nvidia’s North American partner is World Wide Technology, according to a spokesperson.

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