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South Korean startup releases new chip for AI graphics card

A South Korean startup called Rebellion releases new AI chip to boost domestic production.

Competition for NVIDIA; Image: TechCrunch

Rebellion today releases its new graphics card designed for AI applications. The company's ATOM chip is said to be a threat to NVIDIA. The chip itself is manufactured by Samsung. Compared to NVIDIA's A100, Rebellion's graphics card uses 80% less power because the graphics card is designed to perform only one specific task, rather than several.


The South Korean government is supporting local companies to advance the AI industry. Over the next five years, the government is investing more than $800 million for AI chip research and development. By 2030, the local market share is expected to reach 80%.


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