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The microprocessor is a computer system’s control processing unit that performs arithmetic and logic operations such as adding, subtracting, transferring numbers from one region to another, and comparing two numbers.
In comparison, GPUs, or graphics processing units, are specialized circuits designed to swiftly modify and manipulate memory, assisting in the creation of images. GPU is a crucial component of both lightweight laptops and sophisticated computer systems.
The Europe GPU market is expected to have a sizable market share within the next two years due to the extensive growth of the gaming sector as a result of increased smartphone penetration.
The Europe Microprocessor And GPU Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Nvidia revealed a number of new AI solutions for data centre environments. The new Grace CPU Superchip processor and the Nvidia H100 GPU are among the highlights.
The Nvidia Grace CPU Superchip processor is the primary entry point for AI capability in data centre environments. This Arm-based Neoverse processor is designed primarily for AI and high-performance computing in data centre scenarios.
The Nvidia Grace CPU Superchip processor is made up of two CPU processors linked together by NVLink-C2C. NVLink-C2C is a revolutionary chip-to-chip connection technology that is fast and has low latency.
The CPU is built on Arm’s v9 technology and includes 144 Arm cores in a single socket. Furthermore, the CPU has LPDDDR5x memory with Error Correction Code to optimise speed and power efficiency.
The Nvidia Grace Superchip accompanies the Grace Hopper Super Chip CPU-GPU module announced last year for high-performance HPC and AI applications. All Nvidia software stacks are compatible with the Nvidia Grace Super Chip.
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