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For a decade and a half, Nvidia has been pushed its way into the datacenter, making its presence felt with its GPU accelerators that are designed to improve the performance and power efficiency of servers in HPC and enterprise compute environments and also expanding the opportunities for running highly parallel workloads.
In more recent years, Nvidia co-founder and chief executive officer Jensen Huang has said that the company would focus intensely on the burgeoning artificial intelligence field, arguing that AI would eventually find its way into almost every area of IT, from enterprise datacenters to the scientific institutions and the emerging public clouds. More recently, Nvidia has added to its datacenter arsenal, grabbing interconnect vendor Mellanox Technologies for $6.9 billion last year and bidding $40 billion in its current attempt to buy chip designer Arm Holdings for $40 billion, a deal that the vendor hopes to close early in 2022.
Nvidia has expanded its hardware offerings with a broader array of GPU accelerators, DGX (below) and HGX platforms and BlueField DPUs – as well as its upcoming Arm-based “Grace” CPU, due in 2023 – and has a growing AI-focused software business.

As we recently noted, these and other efforts have created a datacenter business for Nvidia that is continuing to ramp. The financial numbers for its latest fiscal quarter, which ended May 2, showed sales jumping 61.1 percent – hitting $5.66 billion – and a datacenter business that exceeded $2 billion in sales for the first time. If the numbers hold and such products as CPU, DPUs and networking do as well as the company hopes, Nvidia could take a significant portion of rival Intel’s current dominant share of the datacenter chip market.
Much of that will be on the back of the company’s embrace of AI. During the call with financial analysts to discuss the quarterly earnings, Huang spoke about his optimism about Nvidia’s datacenter business, noting that the company is “really in a great position there to fuse, for the very first time, simulation-based approaches with data-driven approaches that are called artificial intelligence. So across the board, our datacenter business is gaining momentum. We see great strength now, and it is strengthening and we are really set up for years of growth in the datacenter.”
At Nvidia’s virtual GTC Technology Conference in October 2020, where he unveiled advances in AI around everything from healthcare to robotics to videoconferencing, the CEO talked about what he called the current “age of AI,” saying that the company is “all in to advance and democratize this new form of computing.” In April at a GTC event, Huang spoke about more initiatives at Nvidia, including the Grace CPU specialized for HPC and AI workloads, the BlueField-3 data processing unit (DPU), software built on Nvidia Ai and Nvidia Omniverse, a platform for collaboration and training autonomous machines.
At the same event, Nvidia announced the latest generation of its DGX SuperPod AI supercomputer, which was first unveiled in 2019 and hit number 22 on the Top500 list for June 2019 of the world’s fastest supercomputers. At the April GTC, rolled out a DGX SuperPod featuring BlueField-2 DPUs and Base Command, software enabling users to access, share and run their SuperPods and accelerate AI software development.

Nvidia and the National Energy Research Scientific Computer Center (NERSC) announced the operation of Perlmutter, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise-built AI supercomputer armed with 6,159 A100 Tensor Core GPUs that will deliver almost 4 exaflops.
At this week’s Computex event, Nvidia is carrying forward with the focus on AI. The company sees the need to make it easier for organizations to adopt AI as the technology reaches deeper into enterprise datacenters.
“Nvidia has worked on artificial intelligence for quite some time and with the work that we have done and the progress we have made with a variety of customers, we are now both confident and comfortable that the next wave of democratization of AI is coming,” Manuvir Das, head of enterprise computing at Nvidia, said during a virtual press briefing, adding that the new offerings being announced at Computex and “the work we are doing with the ecosystem is really to get the ecosystem ready now to fully participate in this coming wave of the democratization of AI, where AI is utilized by every company on the planet rather than just adopters.”
The applications that enterprises use will continue to be infused with AI, with the user often unaware of any changes to the software, Das said. In addition, the ways organizations make and deliver their products will leverage AI, with manufacturing processes being automated and data used to learn what people are doing with those products and how they should be modified. Datacenters and their equipment also will evolve as AI becomes more commonplace, with the DPU playing an increasingly important role.
“Going forward, what we expect is servers that will racked into datacenters will have a CPU, a GPU for these applications to run and a DPU to secure the datacenter and make it more efficient,” Das said.
Nvidia is rolling out a subscription model for DGX SuperPods, marking the latest evolution of the networked clusters. The company last year started allowing organizations to purchase modules through partners and in April brought the BlueField-2 DPUs (seen below) on board. Das said enterprises now can rent modules through a rental subscription model, with Nvidia and storage vendor NetApp hosting the gear in Equinix datacenters.

The move mirrors what a growing number of OEMs are doing with their datacenter hardware. HPE, Dell Technologies, Cisco Systems and others have plans to make their entire portfolios available as a service, available via cloud-like consumption models. For Nvidia, access to the SuperPod modules will be through Base Command offered via Nvidia and NetApp, with NetApp bringing its data management capabilities.

The move will give enterprises that have yet to adopt AI an opportunity to work with it without having to spend a lot of money upfront. However, unlike other systems makers are doing with their as-a-service initiatives, Nvidia is not offering the subscriptions indefinitely; rather organizations will be able to rent the modules for a period of months.
“Our belief is if you are interested in the capability of a SuperPod and you want to use it for a significant amount of time, you should just buy one or lease one from one of our partners,” Das said. “This offering you is really meant to be if you think you might be going down that path [to AI but] you’re not sure. To be honest, it’s a pretty big check you have to write when you procure a SuperPod, so we’re providing a way to let you experience the best of what it has to offer, with both the hardware and software that’s very easy for you to use, and you don’t have to worry about signing up for a minimum one year or something like that. You can use it for a short amount of time because we know that when you have this experience, you will realize how much value it brings to you and then you go on the next step of procuring. … This is not a demo service. We encourage customers to use this for their production requirements, just like they will on a regular SuperPod. It’s just that they can choose the window for how long they have the system for.”
Nvidia also noted that Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud later this year will make Base Command available on cloud GPU instances.
The GPU maker also said a host of new AI-optimized servers are coming out from systems makers including HPE, Dell, Lenovo, Asus, Gigabyte and Supermicro as part of the Nvidia Certified Systems program, where the company certifies that such servers are optimized to run Nvidia AI Enterprise – an integrated suite of Nvidia AI and data analytics software – on VMware’s vSphere platform and Nvidia’s Omniverse Enterprise design collaboration software. In addition, they will support Red Hat’s OpenShift to accelerate AI development and Cloudera’s data engineering and machine learning tools.
In addition, new systems from the likes of Dell, Gigabyte, Supermicro, Asus and QCT will come out this year featuring GPUs based on Nvidia’s Ampere architecture and BlueField-2 DPUs. The systems will be powered by x86 chips from Intel, but Das said that servers running on Arm-designed CPUs are due in 2022.
“If you think about workloads going forward, a lot of the compute for AI is hosted on the GPU and the hypervisor and the network can be hosted on the DPU,” he said. “That means that the CPU’s role becomes more data orchestrator, the brain of the machine rather than the computer. This really opens the door to Arm CPUs, which are very energy efficient. That’s a great combination where you use an energy-efficient, cost-effective CPU to go with the GPU and DPU. That’s the design point we see for AI systems going forward.”
Nvidia’s bet years ago that AI represented its best growth opportunity appears to be paying off. Now the company wants to leverage the hardware and software innovations it has made and partnerships with system OEMs to make it easier for enterprises to join the AI crowd.
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Shelve your cynicism: Elden Ring will release on 25th February for PlayStation 5 and PS4. The game had originally been scheduled to launch last year, but was pushed back into 2022 to allow a little more time for polish. Now the hotly anticipated action RPG is locked in, as developer FromSoftware has confirmed that the game has gone gold.
For those unfamiliar with industry lingo, going gold is an important milestone in game development, because it essentially means that a master version has been rendered and will now be printed on Blu-ray discs and submitted to platform holders like Sony for publishing on the PS Store. Historically, this meant development was over, but in this modern era teams typically continue work on a day one patch.
That’s exactly what’s happening with Elden Ring: “Please be assured, the title will be ready for sale on 25th February,” FromSoftware’s Yasuhiro Kitao said as part of a Taipei Game Show presentation, as reported by Gematsu. “The master version has already been submitted, and right now, the team is working on a day one patch to make sure everything in the game is just so.”
With Horizon Forbidden West also due out in a matter of weeks, it’s going to be a big February for PlayStation. Where’s your money being spent?
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Northern_munkey
Elden ring..horizon in a few months probably..
Voltan
Already got Horizon pre-ordered. From Soft isn’t really my jam unfortunately.
colonelkilgore
… and it’ll be going Platinum not long after the 25th of Feb 😎
Athrum
"Where’s your money being spent?"
Both.
kyleforrester87
Niceeee! Doesn’t seem like 10 minutes ago that this game was shrouded in mystery and now it’s just around the corner. This takes priority over Horizon 2 for me.
playstation1995
God of war.horizon forbidden west.dying light 2 stay human.and elden ring so far are gonna battle for game of the year.elden ring is gonna be amazing.word up son
themightyant
Horizon first as more worried about spoilers there than in Elden Ring.
ORO_ERICIUS
@Voltan same boat. I think I am not bad at these kind of games but horizon is much more to me than this. Additionally I don´t like the graphics from Eldenring. It looks worse than DemonsSouls imo. Yes its open world but common… seems the art style is not my thing.
Don_Corleone
Got the deluxe version of Horizon Forbidden West preordered. Preordered Sifu. I will wait on Elden Ring because I was hyped for it but it was buggy in the test beta I heard.
Don_Corleone
@ORO_ERICIUS Graphics seem like they got lazy. It definitely doesn’t look as good as Demon Souls remake.
mariomaster96
@Don_Corleone Because the Demon Souls remake was made by Bluepoint Games but more importantly all they had to focus on were the graphics. As far as I know gameplay, combat, story etc weren’t changed that much
From Software on the other side had to built everything from scratch (more or less): the open world, combat, lore, graphics etc
Throb
This game looks good but is it one where you die a lot, respawn miles away and have to redo everything to get one more step further than last time? Like the Soul’s games
kyleforrester87
@Don_Corleone those lazy damn devs!!!
ORO_ERICIUS
@Don_Corleone it is looking okay and maybe there are some compromises because of the older gen versions… but common look at Horizon. HOLY COW it is cleaning the floor with Eldenring. I don´t deny that the machanics and playstyle of Eldenring are awesome no word against that. I watched all about the beta and this is my problem. I have seen it all before it comes out. Why are they doing this??? Would be too boring for me atm. I want to explore the forbidden west with its shiny graphics now.
FinneasGH
The words ‘Day 1 patch’ always make me cringe. So much so that the term ‘gold’ doesn’t mean anything to me now. I’ll consider this ‘gold’ when it’s been out 6 months and patched to a decent state. Not to say that this won’t be decent when it’s out, but I’ve been burned before so I’ll wait and see.
jFug
I royally suck at FromSoft games, so I will be getting Horizon, but Elden Ring looks really cool and I might pick it up later in the year.
Kidfunkadelic83
Think i will wait on Elden ring too. I always jump in to these games and have never beat one. Got Demons souls sitting there not even half done. Saying that, im yet to start Horizon and im getting forbidden west day one but thats a birthday gift so it doesnt count 🤔😂
ORO_ERICIUS
@mariomaster96 from scratch??? Common if you knew about how much is recylcled in the game from Souls games… why then not waiting and working another year on it to make it NEXTGEN? Right, not neccessary because all the From Software fans will buy it now.
Kidfunkadelic83
@ORO_ERICIUS i kinda agree. I think it will still be amazing and still looks amazing…. From a last gen point of view.Imo they should have just gone next gen and missed out last gen like Demons souls did. Guess with the lack of next gen consoles on the shelf they knew they would have lost out big time on sales tho.
Intr1n5ic
I preordered both a while back, gives me a week to complete Horizon before this drops and consumes the majority of my free time.
@mariomaster96 Bluepoint actually made quite a few changes, mostly quality of life but some combat specific stuff as well like omnidirectional rolling and new weapon animations and finishers.
Westernwolf4
I always play just one game at a time and take my time, so I had to pick one of the big February games to order. For me that is Horizon FW; the first entry is one of my favorite games of last generation.
But eventually, I am going to play Dying Light 2, Elden Ring, and Sifu. I am excited about all of them, 2/22 is just an embarrassment of gaming riches.
Grimwood
Wootwoot. Finally the most repetitive gameplay ever!
mariomaster96
@Intr1n5ic Ok fair enough but it still makes a big difference if you don’t have to worry about level design, designing boss battles, enemies etc
R1spam
I’ve never been there for day one for a fromsoft game but I will be with this one! Can’t bloody wait! I really liked HZD but it will have to wait
xRetrox
Great timing! I’m almost done beating Dark Soul 3.
SAMTYLER1974
Quite enjoyed Bloodborne but Sekiro was awful. Boring world design, too repetitive and hideously overrated. And no, 8m not trying to be controversial I’m just being honest. I know people loved it but I thought it was pretty garbage. So no, Elden Ring isn’t on my radar at all. Just in case you wanted to know ….
Zephyr200
@Don_Corleone no such thing, the CNT was pretty good.
Jimmer-jammer
I am so very ready for this.
Zephyr200
@ORO_ERICIUS yeah, elden ring isn’t your thing & horizon ain’t it for me, I bought the first one but I quit after a hour or two.
lolwhatno
@Throb Yes, and I am here for it.
P.s: I would love to just reply with this, but I gotta say the truth, otherwise I will hate myself. They added a respawn area near difficult places (as seen in the beta). I can’t tell you if they will be for every bosses or for selected ones.
Also, don’t judge the games before playing them, (if you can OFC) buy ds3 for a few bucks and try it out. But before that, mentally tell yourself that you’re gonna commit to beating the game, don’t expect a walk in the park
Zephyr200
@Intr1n5ic Well, blue point didn’t need to design every mob from scratch & environment but they did a amazing job making a remake imo
Zephyr200
@lolwhatno yeah they are called graces of maria or something?
lolwhatno
@Grimwood Yeah, I know the feeling lol. I told this to myself every time a boss turned me into dust. "I hate this game" "can’t get over why people enjoy this" "Stupid masochists’ with their chist game" lol, yet here I am beating 3 bosses (in the weekend) in around 10 minutes.
JJ2
Awesome!
It also means that’s the first version of retail discs and It would be a shame if everything went digital only.
Zephyr200
@ORO_ERICIUS I also heard that elden ring will have many new animations and re-using assets is completely fine, many games do it, why change something that is great.
lolwhatno
@Zephyr200 Ye, something like that.
P.s: googled it, it’s "stakes of marika"
Zephyr200
@lolwhatno oh I see, thank you!
Zephyr200
@ORO_ERICIUS also most importantly, I am not hating on horizon btw, I am sure it’s a good game but unfortunately I didn’t like it.
BrockSmith
Horizon first to shield myself from spoilers and then Elden Ring. Also Elden Ring looks massive and replayable so need to allow for more time on that one.
Intr1n5ic
@mariomaster96 100%, I wasn’t trying to dispute that, just pointing out a few things that often get overlooked with the fantastic job Bluepoint did on that game.
Intr1n5ic
@Zephyr200 I’m not sure why you’re stating the obvious to me, I made no mention of those things. I was just highlighting the fact that they did quite a bit more than just a graphics overhaul.
EquiinoxGII
Loved my first game in this genre of demon souls, however Horizon is definitely first as it’s more of my type of game. If I see more of Elden ring and like it, I may pick it up in the future. I’ve managed to plat demons so hopefully this won’t be a frustrating game for me.
JJ2
@Intr1n5ic
@mariomaster96
It’s true guys but it’s amazing how people pretend ER should look like DS. It’s ridiculous.
I think the argument is completely pointless and it’s too bad if they focus on the graphics fidelity. 🤷🏼‍♂️
I can wait for this open world wonder.
Kidfunkadelic83
Elden ring could have looked every bit as good as Demons had they been making it solely for the next gen systems and not been hampered by last gen hardware they are bringing it to. Regardless im sure it will still be great.
Shepherd_Tallon
I went a little bit nuts and pre-ordered the Collector’s Editions for both (Regalla Edition for Horizon).
Horizon arrives on Friday the 18th.
I’ve a week off work to play that.
Then Elden Ring on Friday the 25th.
Another week off work for that.
Gonna be a good time.
LightningLeader
Both Forbidden West and Elden Ring are pre-ordered.
Throb
@lolwhatno I wasn’t judging the game at all. I’d love to play it. I’ve played two of the Soul’s games and Bloodborne but the repetition did my nut in. I was wondering if anyone knew if they had made it more accessible to people who don’t have the time to ‘git gud’
Don_Corleone
@Zephyr200 https://www.dexerto.com/gaming/elden-ring-multiplayer-deemed-not-ready-following-network-test-1699064/?amp
Just because you might not have any issues doesn’t mean others haven’t. I don’t make up lies. It came from a tech website from user feedback.
Don_Corleone
@ORO_ERICIUS Agreed!
Col_McCafferty
@Shepherd_Tallon what did you tell your boss?
😉
Play a FromSoft game? I’m having trouble beating some of the bosses in Kena so shudder to think how poorly I’d do with something like Elden Ring.
What a great month Feb promises to be. Truly something for everyone!
Don_Corleone
@mariomaster96 Makes sense.
lolwhatno
@Throb Oh that’s fair really. Thought you were the type of people hating on the series without having ever played the games (you can dislike the game without playing it, but some people straight up hate on it lol).
To answer your question, if you didn’t continue reading the comments, there is a new system to avoid this, google "stakes of marika".
Anyways, sorry for jumping to conclusions, have a great rest of your day.
Nepp67
@ORO_ERICIUS Them "recycling" lets them focus on other more important stuff. Similar to how Capcom reuses animations to also work on other things in the game. It is not a bad thing to do this.
Blacksmith1985
My money is on Elden Ring.
Horizon will be purcased few months later, I believe.
If I will not lost myself in Elden Ring for a year, ofcourse.
BamBamBaklava89
Dying Light 2 and Horizon are the two I’m grabbing.
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The latest QYReports survey, titled PC Gaming Accessories Market, highlights an important aspect of the PC Gaming Accessories Market. The report helps readers to accurately estimate the growth rate of the global market during the forecast period. Our market research team has quantitatively and qualitatively scrutinized the dynamics of the PC Gaming Accessories market, taking into account various factors such as market products, key drivers, constraints, opportunities and challenges. The report also includes a detailed analysis of the current pandemic state of COVID-19 and its future impact on overall market growth.
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The list of major players in the major markets is as follows:
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PC Gaming Accessories Market Overview
PC Gaming Accessories Impact on market industry
PC Gaming Accessories Market competition
PC Gaming Accessories Market production, revenue by region
PC Gaming Accessories Regional market supply, consumption, exports, imports
PC Gaming Accessories Market production, revenue, price trends by type
PC Gaming Accessories Market analysis by application
PC Gaming Accessories Market manufacturing cost analysis
Internal chains, sourcing strategies, and downstream buyers
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PC Gaming Accessories Market Forecast (2021-2029)
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