As a market leader in technology information for design engineering teams, Digital Engineering’s focus is on cutting-edge editorial content to help design engineering teams discover, evaluate and specify the technologies and processes that shorten the design cycle and enable optimal designs. It is not surprising that in the current June Issue there are three articles featuring NVIDIA Quadro GPUs and how they are making a difference to design workflows.
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As Brian Albright points out in his article for Digital Engineering on Superworkstations, the introduction of new multi-core CPUs, ultra-fast GPUs and terabytes of memory has made it possible for designers to now handle real-time simulation, rendering, virtual reality applications and complex data science on a desktop engineering workstation. The only draw back is the budget. In his article Albright interviews PNY, NVIDIA and other workstation experts to determine where it makes sense to invest your IT budget based on your workflow.
Having spent over seven years at Psyop, LA in roles including CG Supervisor and VFX Supervisor, Johnathan Iwata is no stranger to the demands that creating production-ready renders places on a workstation. In this article Iwata puts the NVIDIA Quadro RTX 6000 through its paces and reveals how this professional GPU improves the performance and efficiency of his workflow.
Now available as a public beta, Autodesk Arnold 5.3 gives artists a first look at Autodesk’s Quadro RTX accelerated rendering software. From look development to lighting, RTX-based GPU acceleration brings fluid interactivity and unprecedented speed to rendering workflows, reducing interations and time from inspiration to finished image.
“We’ve worked closely with NVIDIA to optimize Arnold GPU to run on the latest RTX technology, and look forward to continuing to collaborate to bring our customers the highest quality rendering.” Said Chris Vienneau, Senior Director, Media & Entertainment Products, Autodesk.
Excitement and anticipation were everywhere at the NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference (GTC) 2019. GTC’s speaker roster reads like a who’s who in AI and deep learning. The expectation was high for NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang to announce new industry-disruptive technologies during his keynote address. Last year it was the launch of NVIDIA RTX real-time ray tracing technology. This year Jensen took it a step further with the introduction of NVIDIA- RTX-powered Data Science Workstations and expanded NVIDIA RTX Server offerings.
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Whether you are editing 8K HDR video in realtime, creating complex effects and simulations, animating massive scenes with staggering amounts of 3D elements and textures, or turning to artificial intelligence to automate facets of complex VFX work like character animation, NVIDIA Quadro GPUs deliver the forward compatibility, performance and features to realize your creative vision.
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Randi Altman, editor of postPerspective™, asks questions about PNY’s PREVAILPRO mobile workstation that media and entertainment professionals will want to know. From why PNY decided to enter the mobile workstation market now to how PREVAILPRO is strong enough for many post workflows, Carl Flygare, PNY’s Quadro Product Marketing Manager, answers the questions in a straightforward, informative and detailed fashion.
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Written by BOB PETTE, Vice President of NVIDIA’s Professional Visualization Product Group.
Quadro GV100 with Volta architecture brings unprecedented capabilities in deep learning and simulation to designers, engineers and scientists.
As demand for deep learning continues to gain momentum, it’s already changing the way people work. Driving the next wave of advancement in deep learning-infused workflows is the NVIDIA Volta GPU architecture.
In his keynote address at the GPU Technology Conference 2018 in San Jose, NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang unveiled the new Volta-based Quadro GV100, and described how it transforms the workstation with real-time ray tracing and deep learning.
The Quadro GV100 addresses the growing demands of the world’s largest businesses — in such fields as automotive, architecture, engineering, entertainment and healthcare — to rapidly deploy deep learning-based research and development, accelerate deep learning-enhanced applications, enable photoreal VR and provide secure, anytime, anywhere access.
Bringing unprecedented capabilities in deep learning, rendering and simulation to designers, engineers and scientists, the new products allow professionals to design better products in a completely new way. GPU-accelerated techniques, like generative design, and the ability to conduct complex simulations faster mean businesses can explore more design choices, optimize their designs for performance and cost, and consequently bring ground breaking products to market faster.
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PNY was proud to be a Gold sponsor of GTC 2018, and have the opportunity to showcase how Quadro GPUs, including the new NVIDIA Quadro GV100, powered by NVIDIA Volta, can facilitate AI, Design, Rendering, VR and Simulation projects.
Launched at the show, the formidable new AI and compute enabled NVIDIA Quadro GV100, demonstrated how it effortlessly meets the demands of AI-enhanced design and visualization workflows. Delivering 118 TFLOPS of deep learning performance, a 2x GV100 NVLink enhanced workstation showed why it is an ideal choice for AI development.
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NVIDIA® Quadro® GP100 excels at a capability to run both compute and graphics tasks, allowing users to run demanding simulations and create complex 3D models at the same time.
GP100 is targeted for professionals who need extremely high levels of compute and visualization performance. Solutions within Manufacturing, Media & Entertainment, Medical, AEC, Scientific Visualization, HPC, and AI/deep learning segments are examples but many other use case scenarios can be realized as well.
NVIDIA Quadro GP100 Pascal GPU floating point hardware provides the FP64 (5.2 TFLOPS), FP32 (10.3 TFLOPS and FP16 (20.7 TFLOPS) performance required for demanding compute, simulation, AI and deep learning applications.