Amazon debuts AI Chips that are 4 times faster for AI Training

Amazon debuts AI Chips that are 4 times faster for AI Training

The Graviton4 is available as a preview today, with the general release due in a few months time. But what does this mean for the Amazon Nvidia partnership?

Well, anyone would say that a shift to indigenous chips means goodbye Nvidia, but it looks like that is not the case. AWS has announced that enterprise customers will be able to access to NVIDIA’s latest H200 AI GPUs. It’ll also operate more than 16,000 Nvidia GH200 Grace Hopper Superchips expressly for NVIDIA’s research and development team. This is greta news as customers can now enjoy the power of Nvidia, while also trying out Amazon’s next-gen AI chips.

Alongside these chipsets, Amazon also revealed an all-new generative AI chatbot named Q. When asked about what is different about this chatbot, the company revealed that Q is a “new type of generative AI-powered personal assistant”, and has been designed to streamline work projects and customer service tasks.