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Nvidia’s H20 GPU Faces Competition and Uncertainty in China

The US trade sanctions barred Nvidia from sending top GPUs like A100, and H100 to China.

In response, Nvidia made A800, and H800 for China, yet faced new US restrictions.

Resultantly, H20 emerged, meant for ANvidia’s H20 GPU Faces Competition and Uncertainty in ChinaI training in China, priced at $12,000-$15,000, per South China Morning Post.

Competition and Uncertainty Surrounding Nvidia’s H20 GPU Entry into China

Facing tough competition from Huawei’s Ascend 910B, Nvidia’s latest AI GPU, the H20, enters China.

Though similar to Huawei’s GPU, the H20 reportedly lags behind Nvidia’s previous models in performance.

While Nvidia’s server with eight H20 cards costs $195,800, Huawei’s server with 910B chips is priced at $200,000.

Though some Chinese clients test H20 samples, full-scale shipments are expected in July.

Nvidia’s GPUs are highly sought after globally, especially in China, where tech giants invest heavily in AI.

However, the H20’s reception in China remains uncertain due to its limited capabilities under new US regulations.

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