Nvidia’s ‘saving Grace’ for the data center

The Grace CPU will be used in two configurations—Grace Superchip and Grace Hopper Superchip.

Karen Moltenbrey

Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang discussed the company’s Grace CPU during his keynote. (Source: Nvidia) Nvidia takes the wraps off its Grace CPU and the Superchip designs it will be used in. One of those pairs the CPU with an Nvidia Hopper GPU. The Grace CPU is targeted at the new data center that runs super-demanding applications like AI, HPC, digital twins, and more. It will be available in the second half of the year.   At last year’s GTC conference, in addition to new GPUs, Nvidia also announced a CPU positioned for the data center. One year later, at this year’s

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