NVIDIA Confirms That Its Next GPU Architecture Will Launch in 2022

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NVIDIA’s next-generation GPU architectures will be unveiled in 2022 and 2024, respectively. This is according to a new data center road map that was shared by CEO Jensen Huang during today’s GTC 2021 key note, which confirm that green team’s “Ampere Next” and “Ampere Next Next” GPU products will follow a traditional two-year release cadence despite potential disruptions in the industry. Previous rumors would suggest that “Ampere Next” is a multi-GPU architecture code named “Hopper.”

Our data center roadmap is now a rhythm consisting of 3-chips: CPU, GPU, and DPU. Each chip architecture has a two-year rhythm with likely a kicker in between. One year will focus on x86 platforms. One year will focus on Arm platforms. Every year will see new exciting products from us. The NVIDIA architecture and platforms will support x86 and Arm – whatever customers and markets prefer. Three chips. Yearly Leaps. One Architecture.

Source: NVIDIA

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