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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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New Nvidia RTX A6000, A40 Ampere GPUs For Professionals

Nvidia updated its portfolio of Ampere GPUs with the new A40 for visual computing in data centers and the new RTX A1600 for desktop workstations.

The A40 is designed to enable virtual workstations and server-based workloads for things like ray-traced rendering, simulation and virtual production. It comes with CUDA Cores, second-generation RT Cores, third-generation Tensor Cores, PCIe 4.0 support and 48 GB of GDDR6 memory with error-correction code. It also supports third-generation NVLink, which allows the connection of two A40s to bring GPU memory to 96 GB, as well as Nvidia’s virtual GPU software solutions.

The RTX A6000 shares many of the same attributes, including up to two times the power efficiency over the previous generation, except for the fact that it’s designed for desktops and not servers. The RTX A6000’s maximum power consumption is 300 watts.

Nvidia said the RTX A6000 will be available from channel partners, including PNY, Leadtek, Ingram Micro and Ryoyo, starting in mid-December. It will also be available in systems from Boxx, Dell Technologies, HP Inc. and Lenovo earlier next year, as will A40-based servers from Cisco Systems, Dell Technologies, Fujitsu, Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Lenovo.

 
 
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