Nvidia Builds A Supercomputer To Support Medical Research

Nvidia, based in California, has said it will spend 40 million pounds ($ 52 million) on producing Supercomputer, Named “Cambridge-1”,

Nvidia, which is based in Santa Clara, California, has said it will spend 40 million pounds ($ 52 million) on producing Supercomputer, Named “Cambridge-1”, which will consist of eighty systems Nvidia He is expected to be online at the end of this year.
Jin-Sun Huang, CEO of Nvidia N. Cambridge -1The world’s 29th supercomputer – which will be ranked as the world’s 29th supercomputer by strength – will be available to healthcare researchers using artificial intelligence to work on medical obstacles.

“Dealing with the world’s most pressing challenges in the field of medical care requires powerful computational resources to harness the potential of AI,” Huang said.

Pharmaceutical companies like GlaxoSmithKline Astra Zanica is among the groups that have already applied for permission to use the supercomputer.

The announcement comes after the company said last month it had agreed to buy Arm Holdings – Tasmeem Electronic chips And its production- and UK-based, for up to forty billion dollars.

The company also plans to establish a center for artificial intelligence research in Cambridge, England, where Arm Holdings is headquartered.

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