NVIDIA's special edition AI chip, H20, specifically designed for the Chinese market, is now available for pre-orders.
Upon the official start of CES 2024, Nvidia unveiled a series of significant gaming chip products and announced various partnerships with Chinese gaming companies and electric vehicle firms.
Nvidia is set to start mass producing AI chips in the second quarter of 2024, specifically designed for the Chinese market.
On Wednesday, Jensen Huang, CEO of Nvidia, reiterated the company's commitment to the Chinese market at the 2023 DealBook Summit.
Dell will stop selling products in China that are equipped with multiple AMD 7900 graphics cards.
Graphcore, the AI chip unicorn known as 'British Nvidia', will lay off most of its Chinese employees and halt sales in China.
Recently, there have been reports in the industry that Wu Xinzhou, the Vice President of Autonomous Driving at XPeng Motors, will resign and join NVIDIA.
The chip design team ZEKU, under OPPO, has been disbanded for 2 months now. According to several informed sources, more than a dozen management members of ZEKU have recently joined the autonomous driving company Momenta.
Major Chinese internet companies that have a cloud computing business have placed substantial orders with NVIDIA following this year's Spring Festival.
On March 28, 2023, TuSimple, a global autonomous driving technology company, officially released its domain controller product (TDC - TuSimple Domain Controller) based on the NVIDIA DRIVE Orin SoC chip design and development. It is expected to begin mass production and delivery by the end of 2023.
On March 21st, local time, Huang Renxun, founder and CEO of NVIDIA, disclosed new artificial intelligence and chip technologies at GTC, an annual technology summit for software developers. The most impressive announcement was that the company will rent powerful and expensive supercomputers that were used to develop artificial intelligence technologies such as ChatGPT to almost all enterprises.
During this year's CES tech gathering in Las Vegas on January 3, Chinese electric vehicle giant BYD demonstrated its intelligent automotive cockpit equipped with US firm Nvidia's on-demand cloud gaming service, known as GeForce NOW.
News emerged on October 23 that one-third of Chinese startup Biren Technology's employees will be laid off because Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company has decided to suspend production of advanced silicon for it to ensure compliance with US regulations.
NVIDIA released a new generation of its DRIVE series chip named Thor. This chip will be officially launched in 2025, and the first car company to adopt it will be Geely's new energy vehicle marque Zeekr.
Automated driving technology company Pony.ai announced on Wednesday that it had delivered samples of the automated driving controller based on NVIDIA's DRIVE Hyperion computing architecture and DRIVE Orin SoC to customers.
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DeepRoute.ai, an autonomous driving solutions provider, revealed that its lidar product can reduce costs to less than $10,000 per vehicle following mass production.
Unicore Communications, Inc., a highly integrated chip manufacturer based in China, announced on Friday that its global navigation satellite system (GNSS) positioning modules have been adapted to the NVIDIA Jetson AI computing platform.
XPeng Motors offered a peak on Wednesday into eight highlights of its new SUV, the G9, including its electronic architecture, autonomous driving, audio functions, voice interaction, operating system, and more.
Shenzhen-based automobile company BYD announced that from the first half of 2023, it will carry the NVIDIA Drive Hyperion platform on some of its new energy vehicles to realize intelligent driving and parking.