The restrictions were supposed to take effect within 30 days of Oct. 17, when the Biden administration unveiled measures to prevent countries including China, Iran and Russia from accepting advanced AI chips designed by Nvidia and others.
Nvidia does not expect the move to have a near-term impact on its earnings, it disclosed in a filing on Tuesday, but did not say why the US government has accelerated the timing.
AMDAlso affected by the sanctions, did not immediately respond to a Reuters request for comment, while the US Commerce Department declined to comment.
The restrictions deny exports of Nvidia’s modified Advanced AI chips A800 and H800 — both of which it made for the Chinese market in compliance with previous export rules.
Nvidia A100, H100, and L40S chips are also affected by carb
Earlier this year, Nvidia has announced Reliance and its AI collaboration with Tata Groupthe company partnered with Reliance India will work on developing language models, generative apps and a cloud infrastructure platform for AI development. For this, Nvidia will provide the computing power required for the effort, while Reliance unit Jio will manage and maintain the AI infrastructure and oversee customer engagement, the companies said.
The partnership will give Reliance access to the latest version of Nvidia’s Grace Hopper Superchip, its AI chips optimized to perform AI inference functions that effectively power apps. chatgpt,
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