Going to Jupiter won’t make you stupider

Nvidia Grace gets its first big-time outing.

Jon Peddie

The Jupiter supercomputer is being developed in collaboration with Nvidia, ParTec, Eviden, and SiPearl. It aims to advance AI-driven scientific research in various fields such as climate and weather research, materials science, drug discovery, industrial engineering, and quantum computing. Jupiter will utilize Nvidia’s Arm-based Grace Hopper accelerated computing architecture and will be situated at the Forschungszentrum Jülich facility in Germany. With nearly 24,000 interconnected Nvidia GH200 Superchips and the Nvidia Quantum-2 InfiniBand networking platform, Jupiter is touted as the world’s most powerful AI system, achieving over 90 exaFLOPS of AI training performance and 1 exaFLOPS for high-performance computing applications. It

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