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NVIDIA's Blackwell DGX GB200 AI Servers To Enter Mass-Production By H2 2024, Generating Massive Revenue Figures

NVIDIA's Blackwell DGX GB200 AI Servers To Enter Mass-Production By H2 2024, Generating Massive Revenue Figures

NVIDIA's first shipment of its highly anticipated Blackwell DGX GB200 AI Servers Expected to hit the markets by 2025, the next gold rush in the industry will begin.

NVIDIA Blackwell “DGX GB200” AI servers will mark the next “gold rush” to bring huge benefits to firms and suppliers.

NVIDIA Blackwell-based “DGX GB200” AI servers are expected to pave the way for the next gold rush in the markets, instead, the hype will only benefit NVIDIA. With major architectural advancements, along with massive performance numbers, the adoption rate of DGX GB200 AI servers could be much higher than what the Hopper lineup saw. Now it's being reported that NVIDIA expects to mass-produce H2 GB200 servers by 2024, and with that, 40,000 units will circulate in the market by 2025.

Taiwan Economic Daily reveals that NVIDIA plans to split the Blackwell DGX GB200 AI server supply into three different segments, the notable ones being the DGX NVL72, NVL32, and HGX B200. The highest-end will reportedly be the NVL72, which will have 72 units of NVIDIA's Blackwell B200 AI GPUs as well as a Grace Hopper chip onboard. It has been revealed that a single DGX NVL72 cabinet costs around $3 million, and given that NVIDIA only manages to sell 10,000 units, the company expects the NVL72 to cost just over $30 billion. , not taking. Others account for now.

Foxconn and Quanta are the two big names expected to be responsible for most of the supply, and with that, Foxconn is expected to see significant growth in server revenue, which is reported to reach 1 trillion yuan, or $30 billion, by 2025. will reach This shows how big the income stream is. AI markets are expected to be the future, and given that Blackwell products have seen the same response as their predecessors, no one will be able to stop NVIDIA's explosive financial growth, as well. Also all associated suppliers.

This is just the beginning, and as demand for AI compute power grows, data center markets will expand in parallel, and among all things, NVIDIA will stand out.

News Source: Taiwan Economic Daily

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