Nvidia’s next-gen GPUs may honor British mathematician Ada Lovelace



Nvidia might be delaying its latest multi-chip GPU, codenamed Hopper, to bring a new single-chip GPU architecture series to market first that will apparently honor the pioneering British mathematician Ada King, Lady of Lovelace, who is credited as writing the world first computer program in 1843.

Codenamed Lovelace, the forthcoming GPU architecture will feature Nvidia’s latest 5nm design, meaning that both Samsung and TSMC could manufacture the die. That said, it’s unclear whether either have secured a contract to do so or if the new architecture is even at that stage of development yet.


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