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NVIDIA is ready with NVLink to integrate several chips on one substrate and not necessarily its own

NVIDIA is ready with NVLink to integrate several chips on one substrate and not necessarily its own

Following the relevant revelations at the opening of Computex 2022, NVIDIA representatives continued to explain the relevance of the proprietary NVLink interface at the quarterly reporting conference.
According to the head of the company, the interface offers great opportunities for the integration of heterogeneous components not only at the system level, but also at the level of packaging.Image source: NVIDIAAs emphasized by the founder and CEO of NVIDIA Jensen Huang (Jensen Huang), the company has long offered customers semi-custom solutions, and an example is the cooperation with Nintendo to develop chips for game consoles this Japanese brand.
In the future, NVIDIA is ready to offer semi-custom solutions, which integrate heterogeneous crystals in one package, allowing them to exchange data over the interface NVLink.Partners of the company can openly use this interface, as emphasized by the head of the company.
If necessary, NVLink will allow crystals produced by any company to be combined with NVIDIA's own crystals.
This will allow for multi-module packages and systems with multiple packages inside.
\"There are many different ways to do system integration,\" Jensen Huang summarized.
In his view, NVLink allows the company to combine chips, crystals, packages and systems in different types of configurations.
In the future, as he promised, NVIDIA will offer even more types of configurations.
Such statements of the head of NVIDIA allow us to expect more flexible configurations of computing solutions of the company, designed to meet the needs of specific large customers.
Finally, we can not write off the possibility of appearance of graphics processors consisting of several chipsets - the more so, as NVIDIA developers theoretically talked about this layout option a few years ago.

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