Advanced Computing in the Age of AI|Friday, July 10, 2020
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Nvidia Launches Ampere GPU with Up to 20X the AI Performance

Nvidia’s first Ampere-based graphics card, the A100 GPU, packs a whopping 54 billion transistors on 826mm2 of silicon, making it the world’s largest seven-nanometer chip. Launched today during a pre-recorded ...Full Article

Beat the GPU Storage Bottleneck for AI and ML

Data centers that support AI and ML deployments rely on Graphics Processing Unit (GPU)-based servers to power their computationally intensive architectures. Across multiple industries, expansion in GPU use is ...Full Article

Supercomputer-Powered Enterprise AI Platform from NetApp and Nvidia

Bestowing the blessings of AI, machine learning and deep learning upon more than the 1 percent means easing entry into the mysteries of AI. This requires new combinations of ...Full Article

GPU Database Early Adopter Sees Oil & Gas Queries Drop to 100 Milliseconds

System imbalance – in which processing power, memory capacity and data movement are in a state of disequilibrium – customarily has meant that the processor sits idle waiting for ...Full Article

Nvidia Shares Recipe to Accelerate AI Cloud Adoption

In March, Nvidia revealed blueprints for a new open source Tesla GPU-based accelerator – HGX-1 – developed for clouds with Microsoft under its Project Olympus. Turns out HGX-1 was actually ...Full Article

GPU-driven Mobile Device for Medical Diagnostics – at Scale, at the Edge, at ‘the Roof of the World’

By bringing to India, Bangladesh and Nepal a low-cost, GPU-driven mobile device trained to recognize chronic disease “signatures” in medical images, a healthcare start-up is building a distributed cognitive ...Full Article

Video: GPUs and HPC: A Match Made in Heaven or is the Devil in the Details?

No question where NVIDIA stands. Watch the video. But others have misgivings.Full Article
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