Tuesday, July 16, 2024
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Nvidia will Debut in the Middle East.

The CEO of Ooredoo, a Qatari telecom company, told Reuters that Nvidia has inked a contract to install its artificial intelligence technology at data centers owned by Ooredoo in five Middle Eastern nations.

To prevent Chinese companies from using Middle Eastern nations as a back door to access the newest AI technology, Washington has restricted the export of advanced American chips to this region. This agreement represents Nvidia’s first large-scale launch in that region.

As per the release from Ooredoo, this will enable the company to be the first in the region to provide direct access to Nvidia’s AI and graphics processing technology for customers of its data centers located in Qatar, Algeria, Tunisia, Oman, Kuwait, and the Maldives. With the technology, Ronnie Vasishta, senior vice president of telecom at Nvidia, said Ooredoo can assist its clients in deploying generative AI apps.

Ooredoo further stated that it depends on availability and customer demand rather than revealing the precise Nvidia technology it plans to install in its data centers. Washington limits sales of Nvidia’s most advanced chips but permits the company to export some of its technology to the Middle East.

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