Nvidia Announces Its Next-Gen-AI Platform Chip Will Launch in 2026

Nvidia Announces Its Next-Gen-AI Platform Chip Will Launch in 2026

The company’s next-generation artificial intelligence (AI) chip platform, dubbed Rubin, will launch in 2026, according to comments made by Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang on Sunday.

Huang stated at the National Taiwan University in Taipei as part of the Computex trade event that the Rubin family of chips will contain new graphics (GPU) and central processors (CPU) in addition to networking chips.

Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang offered a few details.

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The new CPU will be dubbed Versa, and the new graphics chips needed to power AI applications will include next-generation high-bandwidth memory manufactured by companies such as SK Hynix, Micron, and Samsung.

Huang stated that the business now intends to deliver a new family of AI processors every year, rather than every two years as previously planned.

With nearly 80% of the AI chip market, Nvidia is in a unique position as both the major enabler and beneficiary of rapid AI development.

Who is Jensen Huang?

Jensen Huang (born February 17, 1963, in Tainan, Taiwan) is a Taiwan-born American entrepreneur who cofounded the American semiconductor company NVIDIA Corporation. Under Huang’s leadership, NVIDIA has become one of the leading providers of graphics processing units (GPUs) and has taken center stage in the current artificial intelligence (AI) boom.

Biography of Jensen Huang

Huang was born the second son of Taiwan citizens Huang Hsing-tai and Lo Tsai-hsiu. Huang’s father was a chemical engineer, and his mother taught grade school. When he was five, the family moved to Thailand. However, due to the then-ongoing Vietnam War, Huang’s parents decided that they wouldn’t settle in Thailand permanently. Huang’s father had previously been accepted into a worker-training program at the American air conditioner manufacturer Carrier and had formed a positive impression of the United States.

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