Nvidia continues to delight the public with announcements and news as part of the GTC 2021 event. Next in line is the company’s fresh roadmap, revealing Nvidia’s plans for three segments at once.
As you can see, the speech concerns GPU, CPU and DPU (Data Processing Unit) for data centers. The latter represent a specific product, so we just note that the next generation will be released in 2022, and Bluefield-4 is expected in 2024.
The Grace processor presented today will not be available until 2023, with a replacement in 2025.
As for the GPU, Ampere is expected to be replaced next year. She doesn’t have a name yet, but most of the rumors point to Lovelace. They will be replaced by the generation that is often referred to on the web as Hopper. This will happen in 2024.
By the way, it is now clear what the SoC Atlan, which we talked about today, will get behind the CPU and GPU. Recall that it mentioned CPU Grace Next and GPU Ampere Next.