A new trademark from NVIDIA reveals the company will soon reveal the DGX A100, a new deep learning workstation. Not a lot of information is known but it seems prudent to assume this model will use the new Ampere GPU.
VideoCardz speculates the DGX A100 will likely feature at least eight Tesla A100 GPUs. The system will likely be revealed during NVIDIA's digital GTC keynote on May 14.
The “A100” directly refers to Tesla A100, the computing processor based on GA100 GPU. None of these Ampere devices have been confirmed by NVIDIA. Details on the new DGX are scarce, but we expect at least 8 Tesla A100 computing processors in the system. The transistor count per GPU will likely increase due to a smaller fabrication node (expected to be either 8nm or 7nm).
Consumer versions of Ampere are expected on retail shelves this Summer.