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Nvidia Secures $1 Billion GPU Deal with Indian Datacenter Firm Yotta

Nvidia powers India's AI boom: Yotta buys 32,000 GPUs ($1 billion deal) for new AI datacenter. Nvidia expands beyond China's chip restrictions


has solidified its presence in the Indian market as Yotta Infrastructure commits to purchasing 32,000 Nvidia H100 and H200 GPUs, with a financial impact valued at approximately $1 billion. Sunil Gupta, Yotta's CEO, has confirmed to Reuters that the first half of these GPUs are expected to be delivered in July and will play an integral role in an AI-focused within the Gujarat International Finance Tec-City, set to inaugurate in March.

Expanding India's AI Capabilities

With the strategic implementation of these accelerators, which serve as the backbone for artificial intelligence computations, is poised to experience significant advancements in machine learning. The nation projects that machine-learning adoption will soar to a valuation of $14 billion by 2030. Such growth, however, is contingent upon the establishment of a robust infrastructure facilitated by AI accelerators, primarily those engineered by Nvidia.

Yotta is not the lone Indian organization joining forces with Nvidia. Previous announcements revealed collaborations with industry giants such as Reliance Industries and the Tata Group, aiming to augment across the country. Reliance is setting its sights on integrating Nvidia accelerators to develop foundational language models catering to India's diversified linguistic landscape. Similarly, Tata Group has entered into an agreement with Nvidia to construct an AI supercomputer utilizing the same technology, aimed at enhancing cloud services.

Strategic Shift amid Chinese Market Barriers

The significance of Nvidia's expansion into India is underscored by the limitations the company faces in the Chinese market. As a result of US export restrictions pronounced in October, the sale of high-end datacenter GPUs in has substantially declined. In response, Nvidia has crafted a series of export-compliant chips tailored to align with the new regulations, although it remains uncertain how receptive the Chinese market will be to these modified offerings.

Following this strategic shift, Nvidia maintains an optimistic outlook. The company projects the global demand for their AI accelerators will compensate for any potential dip in the Chinese sector. Nvidia's anticipation of sustained financial stability will likely be substantiated in the forthcoming report of its fourth-quarter earnings.

These collaborations and the increased adoption of GPUs for AI applications signal a transformative era for technological growth in India. Companies like Nvidia play a pivotal role, ensuring the infrastructure necessary for is not only available but also cutting-edge and capable of supporting the country's developing technological demands.

Luke Jones
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