NVIDIA may one day use Intel Foundry

Posted on Wednesday, March 23 2022 @ 21:50 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
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Earlier this week, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang revealed Hopper. This is a next-generation compute platform and the first product is the Hopper H100, a 4nm chip with 80 billion transistors.

At the GPU Technology Conference, Huang also made some remarks about ARM and Intel. Seeking Alpha writes NVIDIA's CEO still regards ARM as a "one of a kind asset". NVIDIA tried to take over ARM but the deal did not materialize because securing regulatory approval turned out to be much harder than the firm expected.

Huang also commented that NVIDIA may one day use Intel Foundry Services -- but that such a deal is unlikely to happen soon:
Huang also said that Nvidia (NVDA) would be interested in using Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) as a foundry, building on its existing relationship with the company.

He added that any potential use of Intel (INTC) as a foundry is not likely to happen soon, however.

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