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Australia to Integrate Nvidia Toolkit Into National Supercomputing and Quantum Computing Hub

Australia’s Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre will integrate the Nvidia CUDA Quantum toolkit into its national supercomputing and quantum computing innovation hub.  According to Nvidia, the setup will enhance the Perth-based center’s programming capabilities with CUDA’s hybrid central processing unit, graphical processing unit and quantum processing unit. Other features that will be available to the center’s...

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Nvidia Enters Agreements to Enhance Canada’s Computing Capabilities

Canada is working with Nvidia to enhance the nation’s computing capabilities and empower the local talent. On Friday, Francois-Philippe Champagne, Canadian minister of innovation, science and industry, confirmed in a post on social media that the two sides signed a letter of intent during Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang’s trip to Toronto last week. Details about...

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UK Awards $274M AI-Powered Supercomputer Contract

The UK government has awarded the University of Bristol a $274.1 million contract to design and develop an artificial intelligence-powered supercomputer. The effort is part of the United Kingdom’s project to establish an Artificial Intelligence Research Resource in the country to support the government’s goal of leading the world in AI advancements. To deliver the...

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New Export Restrictions Imposed on Nvidia, AMD’s AI Chips

The United States is requiring Advanced Micro Devices and Nvidia to secure licenses prior to exporting artificial intelligence chips to some countries in the Middle East. According to a Reuters article, Nvidia said in a regulatory filing that the new export rule would not have “immediate material impact” on its financial results. AMD does not...

AMD Unveils Plan to Offer Export Control-Compliant AI Chip to China
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AMD Unveils Plan to Offer Export Control-Compliant AI Chip to China

Advanced Micro Devices is considering developing an artificial intelligence chip that it can deliver to Chinese customers without violating U.S. export regulations. In October 2022, the United States introduced wide-ranging export controls against Beijing, including semiconductors built using American tools and those designed for AI applications. AMD sees its new MI300 accelerator chip for training...

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