AWS unveiled a range of AI chips, including the Trainium2 for AI model training and Graviton4 processors, emphasizing enhanced performance and cost-effectiveness. Offering access to Nvidia’s latest H200 GPUs, AWS aims to meet the soaring demand for high-powered chips after the success of OpenAI’s ChatGPT.

In a bid to rival Microsoft, AWS taps into both proprietary and Nvidia’s cutting-edge chips, catering to diverse customer needs. The Graviton4 processors promise superior performance at lower energy consumption, appealing to customers amid economic uncertainties. With plans to operate Nvidia GH200 Grace Hopper Superchips, AWS strengthens ties with Nvidia, aiming to leverage this infrastructure for extensive AI model development. While release dates for Nvidia H200 and Trainium2 instances remain undisclosed, customers can test Graviton4 virtual-machine instances now, hinting at imminent availability.

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