Nvidia will launch a computing acceleration product called B100 next year
At the recent SC23 Supercomputing Conference, NVIDIA revealed that following the launch of their H200 GPU products, which maintain the Hopper architecture, they anticipate releasing a new GPU acceleration product named B100 next year.
NVIDIA’s upcoming B100 computing acceleration product, expected to be based on the Blackwell architecture, is named after the American statistician David Blackwell. However, considering that NVIDIA previously included the name of British mathematician, philosopher, and pioneer of mathematical logic, George Boole, in their T-shirt designs, there is speculation that the B100’s architecture might also be referred to as “Boole”.
NVIDIA chose not to disclose much about the B100 product and Blackwell architecture details during the SC23 conference. More information is expected to be revealed at GTC 2024 next year, with the actual product’s market entry likely slated for 2025.
From the product planning roadmap provided by NVIDIA, it is anticipated that the B100 will feature a higher-capacity memory design to cater to increased data throughput efficiency.
As for the consumer-grade graphics cards expected to be released in the latter half of the year, they are likely to be named under a different architectural designation.