During the International Supercomputing Conference in Frankfurt, Germany this week, Nvidia announced that it will support processors from the British semiconductor design company Arm as it looks to gain a greater foothold in the supercomputer market.
Nvidia has long been known as a supplier for graphics chips for the PC industry but in the past few years, researchers have also started to use its chips inside data centers to boost AI workloads. The company's accelerator chips work alongside central processors from Intel and IBM and will also soon do so with Arm chips.
According to Nvidia, its accelerator chips will work with Arm chips by the end of this year. Founder and C…
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