Samsung expected to unveil world's first HBM3e 12-High memory at NVIDIA GTC 2024

Samsung is expected to make 'groundbreaking reveal' at NVIDIA GTC 2024, where it will show off physical HBM3E 12-Hi memory for next-gen AI GPUs.

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Samsung will reportedly show off its new HBM3E 12-Hi stack memory at NVIDIA's upcoming GPU Technology Conference (GTC) between March 18 and 21.

Samsung expected to unveil world's first HBM3e 12-High memory at NVIDIA GTC 2024 504

NVIDIA is a major partner for Samsung's bleeding-edge HBM memory, part of the heart and soul of its AI GPUs coming soon in the form of the Hopper H200 (a beefed-up HBM3E-based version of H100) and its next-gen Blackwell B100 AI GPU that are both featuring HBM3E memory.

Samsung will exhibit its new high-capacity 36GB HBM3E 12-Hi stack memory in physical form at NVIDIA GTC 2024. Samsung is expected to begin mass production in the coming months, with NVIDIA as a major customer for its H200 and B100 AI GPUs.

HBM competitor and South Korean rival SK hynix recently provided NVIDIA with samples of its new 36GB HBM3E 12-Hi stack memory. Meanwhile, Samsung will have its HBM3E 12-Hi memory physically on display to the world at GTC 2024.

NVIDIA is expected to push -- even harder -- into the world of AI at its upcoming GPU Technology Conference. We are expecting to hear all about its upgraded H200 AI GPU with HBM3E memory, and the full unveiling of its next-generation Blackwell GPU architecture, and the new B100 AI GPU that will take the #1 position as the fastest AI GPU on the planet.

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