Nvidia Enters Supercomputer Market With New Chips, Systems

Nvidia Corp., the biggest maker of chips powering graphics cards, entered the supercomputer market with a new product that speeds up artificial intelligence software and applications. The $129,000 computer, called the DGX-1, was built using the company’s Tesla P100 processor and will be sold to operators of data centers and companies that want to increase their machine-learning capabilities, the company said. “This is one beast of a machine,” Nvidia Chief Executive Officer Jen-Hsun Huang said Tuesday at a company event. “It’s like having a data center in a box.” He said the new products represent a commitment to go “all in” on machine learning, an increasingly popular area of AI in which computers, and the software that controls them, can learn and improve without help from human programmers. Under Huang,…


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