Intel seeks to catch Nvidia with new AI chips

According to Intel’s assessment, Gaudi 3 will be faster and more power-efficient than Nvidia’s H100 chip

Intel CEO Patrick Gelsinger is looking to a new version of its Gaudi chip lineup to help the company catch up with Nvidia

Intel, which employs thousands of people in Ireland, is rolling out a new version of its artificial intelligence chip, aiming to challenge Nvidia in one of the fastest-growing parts of the semiconductor industry.

The updated processor, called Gaudi 3, will be widely available in the third quarter, Intel said at a company event. The chip is designed to boost performance in two key areas: helping train AI systems — a process that involves bombarding them ...