NVIDIA moving up and beyond China chip sanctions – Asia Times

NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun “Jensen” Huang and his wife Lori’s US$50 million donation for a new supercomputer research center at their alma mater Oregon State University (OSU) should remind investors, analysts and political economists that there is life after sanctions on China for America’s chipmakers.

Announced on October 14 and scheduled to open in 2025, the Jen-Hsun and Lori Huang Collaborative Innovation Complex will feature a supercomputer incorporating NVIDIA’s most advanced central and graphics processing units (CPUs and GPUs), a clean room, laboratories, an “extended reality ” theater and other facilities.

The supercomputer is expected to be one of the fastest available for university research, capable of handling the most complex artificial intelligence (AI) models and digital twin simulations.

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