Google is building it, and they will come

Google A3 supercomputer—purpose-built for AI.

Karen Moltenbrey

Google recently announced the Google Compute Engine A3 supercomputer built specifically for AI functions and use Nvidia H100 GPUs. The A3 supercomputer will be widely available soon on Google Cloud. The A3 virtual machines (VMs) are an upgrade from Google’s A2 VMs, which use Nvidia A100 GPUs. The A3 is able to speed up the training and inference of machine learning models, which, in turn, will enable companies to train even more complex ML models, and do it much faster, thus fueling the growth of generative artificial intelligence applications and machine learning.   No one can argue that AI is having

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