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How Nvidia Is Helping Partners ‘Democratize AI’ For Enterprises
The chipmaker is making a major push for GPU-accelerated computing in enterprises this year, and it’s taking notes from VMware to simplify the experience for partners and customers. Nvidia’s head of enterprise computing, Manuvir Das, talks to CRN about how the company’s new software and hardware enterprise solutions will create new opportunities for channel partners.
Startup Tenstorrent aims to build A.I. chips that beat Nvidia’s best
Analysts are impressed with the early results, but warn there's a long way to go and many competitors, from major players like Nvidia, AMD, and Intel to Google and other startups such as Graphcore, SambaNova, and Groq. The market for specialized A.I. hardware reached almost $15 billion last year, dominated by Nvidia, and it's forecast to grow 20% annually to $31 billion by 2024, according to research firm IDC.