NVIDIA Announces Large Memory AI Supercomputer


The system offers 144TB of shared memory space.

NVIDIA has announced the DGX GH200, a 100-terabyte GPU memory system built to power giant AI workloads. According to the company, the DGX GH20 is “the first supercomputer to break the 100-terabyte barrier for memory accessible to GPUs over NVLink.”

“NVIDIA DGX GH200 is the only AI supercomputer that offers a massive shared memory space of 144TB across 256 NVIDIA Grace Hopper Superchips, providing developers with nearly 500X more memory to build giant models,” the website states. 

Additionally, the system, which will be available at the end of 2023, “significantly improves the performance of AI and HPC applications bottlenecked by GPU memory size,” the announcement says.




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