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CES 2024: Gigabyte’s Bet on HPC Servers for AI and Sustainable Computing 

In Las Vegas on January 10, 2024, Gigabyte made a notable mark at CES 2024. They unveiled a range of high-performance servers designed for cutting-edge AI applications.The lineup boasts support for the AMD Instinct MI300A APU, NVIDIA Grace Hopper Superchip, and NVIDIA HGX H100 8-GPU, targeting the latest AI advancements driving the industry.

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Powering AI Advancements

The latest-generation chips aim to tackle the strides in artificial intelligence dominating today’s industry landscape. Gigabyte’s offerings prioritize environmental harmony. They engineer these solutions to empower data centers, handle robust AI workloads, reduce energy consumption, and contribute to sustainability by minimizing the carbon footprint.

Advanced Technologies for Sustainability

Among the advanced features are cutting-edge cooling technologies, AIoT integrations, and flagship computers driven by AI for both gamers and creators. At CES, Gigabyte’s Giga Computing segment displayed four high-level AI/HPC servers. The standout was the G383-R80 server, integrating CPU, GPU, and 128GB of unified HBM3 memory, ideal for real-time data analysis.

Gigabyte's CES 2024 HPC Servers for Sustainable AI Servers

Performance Highlights

The G593 series, equipped with NVIDIA HGX H100 8-GPU, excels in training and inferring AI models within a compact 5U configuration.  This server shines in MLPerf Training Benchmarks, showcasing its effectiveness across various AI workloads.

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Scalable Computing Solutions

Gigabyte addressed scalable computational needs with the XH23-VG0. It’s powered by the NVIDIA Grace Hopper Superchip and features a modular MGX design for large-scale AI/HPC applications. Meanwhile, the G493-SB0, supporting 8 x Dual slot Gen5 GPUs, caters to multiple workloads including generative AI, virtualization, rendering, and 3D graphics.

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Green Computing Solutions

Gigabyte’s “green computing” solutions enable industries to meet sustainability targets amid intensive computing operations and AI workloads. Liquid cooling and immersion-ready servers ensure performance with Gigabyte’s industry-leading thermal design, promising exceptional energy efficiency (PUE) and advantageous total cost of ownership (TCO).

Diverse Offerings

The S183-SH0 storage server, designed for large language models (LLM), boasts 32 NVMe SSDs E1.S for high-speed data storage and retrieval. The Cloud server R163-P32 boasts AmpereOne Family processors, supporting up to 192 cores. Meanwhile, the edge server E163-S30 is tailored for 5G network environments, enabling industries to swiftly adapt to evolving market trends.

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Comprehensive Digital Transformation

Gigabyte introduces a comprehensive solution for AI-driven digital transformation. It spotlights Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems (ADAS) and in-vehicle telematics, enabling autonomous driving in complex road conditions.


Versatile Computing Solutions

Gigabyte displays a range of products, from ultra-durable laptops to industrial PCs. These showcase robust data processing and stable performance, even in adverse environments, as demonstrated at their booth in a weather station scenario.

Next-Gen Gaming Laptops

In GIGABYTE’s 2024 line of AI gaming laptops, next-gen AI cores and proprietary AI Nexus technology are featured. They promise a seamless AI experience in performance, battery autonomy, and generative AI. Additionally, creation enthusiasts can explore the AERO 14 OLED laptop. It weighs a mere 1.49 kg and features a color-calibrated HDR 2.8K OLED display, elevating productivity to new heights.

The array of innovations presented by Gigabyte at CES 2024 underlines the company’s commitment to advancing AI-driven computing while embracing sustainability and addressing diverse industry needs.

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