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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. GPUs are crucial components of both lightweight laptops and sophisticated computer systems.
The developments in the design of microprocessor and GPU systems for multiple purpose computing are a crucial element responsible for the rapid expansion of the microprocessor and GPU industry.
In keeping with current technology developments, GPU-accelerated computing has gone a long way in a relatively short period.
The greater generality of GPUs has stimulated demand for HPC programming and other purposes, reducing energy and PGAS memory requirements and fueling market development.
The North America 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 new server CPU chip and its next generation of graphics-processing architecture for AI applications on Tuesday, including a new server CPU chip that will be available this year.
Nvidia’s new Grace CPU puts it in direct competition with established competitors Intel and AMD for data-center business. According to Research, AMD and Intel create a dominant duopoly that controls more than 90% of the server processor industry.
The new Grace processor is intended for artificial intelligence, high-performance computing, and hyperscale data centre applications. The processor, as well as the previously mentioned Grace Hopper Superchip, will be released by the business.
Nvidia announced Tuesday that it expected to offer its H100 next-generation server graphics processors based on the new Hopper architecture in the third quarter of this year, about two years after the debut of its previous generation Ampere graphics chip design.
The server chips will be made with 80 billion transistors using TSMC’s four-nanometer production technology.
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