Intel Unveils New Gaudi 3 AI Chip to Challenge Nvidia

Intel launched a new AI chip, Gaudi 3, to compete with Nvidia in the AI processor market.

  • Intel launched a new AI chip, Gaudi 3, to compete with Nvidia in the AI processor market.
  • Gaudi 3 is claimed to be 50% faster than Nvidia’s H100 chip in training large language models.
  • Intel also partnered with several Indian companies, including Bharti Airtel, Infosys, and Ola/Krutrim, to leverage Gaudi 3 for their AI projects.

Intel is making a move to take the lead in the race for powerful AI chips. At its Vision 2024 event, they announced the Gaudi 3, an AI processor designed to compete with Nvidia’s dominant offerings. Intel claims the Gaudi 3 can train large language models 50% faster than Nvidia’s H100 chip. This translates to quicker development and deployment of AI applications like chatbots and virtual assistants.

The Gaudi 3 is part of a larger push by Intel to bring AI solutions to businesses of all sizes. They’ve also partnered with Indian companies like Bharti Airtel, Infosys, and Ola/Krutrim to leverage the Gaudi 3 for their AI projects. This could lead to exciting advancements in areas like telecom services, business process automation, and even the development of large Indian language models.