Computex 2023: Nvidia Unveils New Superchip and Partners with MediaTek on Automotive Solutions
Updated: Jun 4
The world's most valuable chip company is expanding its reach into the automotive and AI markets.
Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang announced a new "superchip" at the annual Computex Taipei industry event on Monday. The GH200 Grace Hopper Superchip is based on Nvidia's Grace CPU and Hopper H100 GPU architectures, and will be available later this year.
Huang also announced a partnership with mobile chip developer MediaTek on automotive solutions. The two companies will combine their expertise to create in-vehicle AI solutions that can enable connected services for all vehicle types, from luxury to mainstream.
The announcement of the collaboration came after Huang gave a keynote speech on AI and the capabilities of Nvidia's chips. More than 4,000 attendees flocked to the venue to see the CEO, whose company's market capitalisation grew by $184 billion in a single day last week and is now in the neighborhood of $1 trillion.
Government officials and executives from major Taiwanese tech suppliers also came to Haung's speech, including Quanta Computer CEO C.C. Leung and Power Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Chairman Frank Huang.
Nvidia unveils new superchip
Nvidia partners with MediaTek on automotive solutions
Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang gives keynote speech at Computex Taipei