Nvidia unveils quantum computing simulation tools, strengthens grip on GPU accelerated-AI – TechgoonduNvidia Grace, the company’s first data centre CPU and an ARM-based processer, is aimed at AI and high performance computing workloads. Now, Nvidia, the US$355 billion microprocessor giant, is turning its technological prowess to help scientists better understand the behaviour of quantum computers. , it is designed for giant-scale AI and high performance computing operations such as natural language processing, recommender systems and AI supercomputing. Unveiled yesterday during its annual tech fest called Nvidia GTC, cuQuantum enables scientists to dramatically reduce simulation time, potentially accelerating the advancement of quantum computing research. In 2019, Sycamore completed a task in 200 seconds that Google claimed would have taken a state-of-the-art supercomputer 10,000 years to finish. Volvo Cars is using the new Nvidia Drive Orin to make its next-gen cars more programmable and perpetually upgradeable via over-the-air software updates. Huang also announced Nvidia Grace, the company’s first data centre CPU and an ARM-based processer.
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