Lenovo’s First Server with Chinese AI Chip Delivered in Hefei

Lenovo’s First Server with Chinese AI Chip Delivered in Hefei

Computing power is the foundation and support of artificial intelligence development. On the afternoon of March 19th, at Lenovo’s largest global intelligent computing device R&D and manufacturing base – the Lenovo Tech Bank, the first Lenovo TianWA5480 G3 server capable of carrying a domestic AI computing chip was successfully delivered. This signals that Hefei will play a greater role in the global AI computing power competition.

With the continuous increase in demand for intelligent computing power due to AI large models and massive data, the construction progress of domestic intelligent computing infrastructure is accelerating, and computing power has become the key engine to unleash new productive forces. The Lenovo TianWA5480 G3 server successfully delivered this time, which can carry a domestic AI computing chip, is an AI server designed for large model training and inference. It features multicore computing power, flexible topology, security, and reliability. Whether it’s deep learning, machine learning, or big data analysis, it can provide strong performance support.

The successful delivery of this first domestic AI server represents Lenovo’s expansion of the production capacity of domestic high-end AI servers alongside laptops and general servers at Lenovo Tech Bank. This will not only drive the upgrading of industrial chain R&D and manufacturing capabilities in Hefei and even in Anhui but also provide ample momentum for the local intelligent computing power construction in Hefei.

Lenovo TianWA5480 G3 Server

Currently, Hefei has completed the construction of a national-level Internet backbone direct connection point, established and operated the “Chaohu Mingyue” 3300P domestic intelligent computing cluster and intelligent computing center, serving a total of 5,000 research institutes and enterprises. In 2024, Hefei will accelerate the improvement of new network infrastructure, create an excessive fusion computing center, build the “Chaohu Mingyue” new generation computing power cluster, and coordinate the layout of general large models and vertical large models.

This article is reprinted, sourced from DaWan News, copyright owned by the original author. Intern Editor: Tu Min

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