Nvidia and Foxconn, the manufacturer behind Apple's iPhones
4 months ago 2 mins read

The world’s most valuable chip company Nvidia and iPhone maker Foxconn partner to build “AI factories”

Nvidia and Foxconn, the manufacturer behind Apple’s iPhones, have teamed up to create “AI factories,” a novel type of data center. These centers will rely on Nvidia chips to power a broad spectrum of applications, including training autonomous vehicles, running robotics platforms, and managing extensive language models. This partnership comes in the wake of the US announcing new export restrictions on advanced chips to China, which impacts Nvidia. These restrictions will prevent the sale of two high-end artificial intelligence (AI) chips, the A800 and H800, created by Nvidia for the Chinese market. Nvidia’s CEO, Jensen Huang, and Foxconn’s chairman, Young

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) has announced its latest AI chip
8 months ago 1 min read

AMD Unveils New AI Chip to Rival Nvidia’s Dominance in AI Computing

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) has announced its latest AI chip, the M1300X, aiming to compete with Nvidia’s stronghold on the AI chip market. With its advanced GPU technology and optimized architecture, AMD is positioning itself as a strong contender in the rapidly expanding field of artificial intelligence. AMD’s M1300X GPU for AI applications is set to enter the market in Q3 2023, with mass production beginning in Q4. This announcement marks AMD’s significant entry into the AI chip market, traditionally dominated by Nvidia. With over 80% market share, Nvidia has been the leading player in AI chips. However, AMD’s M1300X,