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ChatGPT to Drive Orders for Servers Equipped with AI Accelerator Cards: MIC

By Korbin Lan
Published: Apr 09,2023

Shipment volume of Taiwanese Server System Industry, 1Q 2021 – 3Q 2023.Note: Server systems comprise of full system and barebones.( Source: MIC, March 2023)

Since opening to the public at the end of 2022, ChatGPT`s user base has continued to grow, surpassing 100 million users. Driven by ChatGPT, cloud service providers are expected to increase their investment in AI training, leading to growth in servers equipped with AI accelerator cards, according to Stephen Chen, industry analyst with MIC (Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute).

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"This trend is beneficial to the Taiwanese server industry, which currently accounts for over 80% of the global server shipments. Shipment volume of the industry is estimated to reach 1.46 million units in the second quarter of 2023, up 18% sequentially and 10% year-on-year." Stephen Chen said.

Microsoft, as the largest shareholder of Open AI, has increased its investment by US$10 billion in 2023, hoping to incorporate GPT-3 technology into its entire product line, including Azure cloud platform, Edge browser, Bing search engine, and Office.

Google has launched Bard AI language model to compete, while Meta has introduced the LLaMA AI language model. Cloud service providers in China, including Baidu, Alibaba, and ByteDance, are also actively deploying related technologies.

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