At GTC 2021, NVIDIA went beyond its traditional GPU offerings by unveiling a new data center CPU, a next generation data processing unit, new DGX systems for AI computing, and new Ampere-architecture based GPU boards for professional workstations and the data center along with the upcoming general availability of NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise.
Topics: PNY, NVIDIA, AI, AEC, PNYPRO, Manufacturing, Media + Entertainment, Professional Visualization Solutions, GTC, hpc, NVIDIA Omniverse, NVIDIA RTX A6000, NVIDIA RTX, NVIDIA Data Center GPUs, GTC 2021, NVIDIA RTX A5000, NVIDIA RTX A4000, NVIDIA A10, NVIDIA A30, NVIDIA A16, DGX SuperPOD, NVIDIA DGX, DPU
Join Carl Flygare from PNY and Tina Gholami from NVIDIA for a live webinar, including a Q&A session, on the NVIDIA EGX Platform for Professional Visualization. As the world continues to shift and enterprises across the globe rethink post-pandemic infrastructure, enhancing the ability of professionals to work remotely remains top of mind. By joining the webinar on May 6, you will learn how NVIDIA EGX Platform for professional visualization enables artists, architects, product designers, and more to do their best work – from anywhere – at a fraction of the cost, space, and power requirements of CPU-based solutions.
Topics: PNY, NVIDIA, Webinar, Rendering, NVIDIA GPU, PNY PRO, data science, Virtualization, data center, NVIDIA Omniverse, Omniverse, GPU Virtualization, NVIDIA RTX, NVIDIA EGX Platform, NVIDIA Virtual GPU (vGPU)
Previously, we posted a 3-part PNY Pro Tip series dedicated to setting up Ubuntu 18.04 LTS for CUDA programming and ultimately accessing the NVIDIA GPU Cloud, or NGC registry to perform Deep-Learning GPU benchmarks using TensorFlow. In this Pro Tip, we review the updated process of installing the NVIDIA GPU Driver onto the latest Ubuntu LTS Desktop version 20.04 LTS, also known as Focal Fossa.
Topics: PNY, Quadro, GPU, NVLink, NVIDIA GPU, 4K Displays, Pro Tip, 8K, 8K HDR, Quadro RTX, Quadro RTX Workstations, Quadro RTX GPUs, News, NVIDIA Quadro Solutions, Ampere, NVIDIA RTX A6000, RTX A6000
Modern data centers are the backbones of rapid innovations. From scientific research, artificial intelligence to render the latest blockbuster TV series that exists in a universe far-far away, data centers around the world powered by NVIDIA® Data Center GPUs are helping researchers solve our most difficult scientific problems and helping professionals reimagine products at a record pace.
Topics: PNY, GPU, AI, NVIDIA GPU, RT Cores, Tensor Cores, Real-time ray tracing, data center, Ampere, Multi-Instance GPU, NVIDIA Data Center GPUs, GTC 2021, NVIDIA A10, NVIDIA A30, NVIDIA GTC21, NVIDIA A16, Third-Generation Tensor Cores, Second-Generation RT Cores
As a company NVIDIA has always tackled the grand challenges of computer graphics, high performance computing, AI, visualization, and more. Real-time ray tracing, advanced AI, digital prototyping and design validation, GPU acceleration of research across the life sciences to address zoonotic pathogens – and NVIDIA does exactly the same for software – NVIDIA® Omniverse Enterprise is the latest, and potentially the most profound example, of NVIDIA’s commitment to hardware and software solutions with the potential to reinvent entire industries by reimagining how we work together.
Topics: 3D, Visualization, AI, NVIDIA RTX Technology, Real-time ray tracing, GPU acceleration, Omniverse, Design Validation, Omniverse Enterprise, Omniverse Nucleus Server, Omniverse Connectors, NVIDIA RTX Virtual Workstation (vWS), NVIDIA-Certified Systems, Digital Prototyping, NVIDIA EGX Platform
When NVIDIA announced their NVIDIA Ampere architecture-based professional graphics product, the NVIDIA® RTX™ A6000, speculation and excitement immediately began to build around what other boards would be announced to complement it. Now, at GTC 21, the wait is over. The RTX A6000 is being joined by the NVIDIA RTX A5000 and the NVIDIA RTX A4000, with PNY taking aggressive inventory positions on both products, to quickly bring them to the widest possible audience of artists, designers, engineers, and scientists. PNY and NVIDIA both believe, as computer science visionary Alan Kay noted, “The best way to predict the future is to invent it.” PNY is committed – as is NVIDIA – to doing exactly that.
Topics: PNY, NVIDIA, Virtual Reality, NVLink, AI, VR Ready, Photorealistic Rendering, PNY PRO, CUDA cores, NVIDIA GPUs, RT Cores, Tensor Cores, GTC, Real-time ray tracing, 3D Product Design, GPU acceleration, Ampere, NVIDIA RTX A6000, NVIDIA RTX, GTC 21, NVIDIA RTX A5000, NVIDIA RTX A4000
After a hard day of working from home, or for essential workers braving a pandemic to ensure the rest of us have access to food, water, electricity, healthcare, and the Internet; destressing with a new movie or television show is vital – and virtual production studios powered by NVIDIA® RTX™ are allowing this to happen under extraordinary circumstances – while improving the quality and entertainment value of what we watch.
Topics: PNY, NVIDIA, Webinar, Quadro Sync II, NVIDIA GPU, PNYPRO, Media + Entertainment, realtime design, Virtual Production, Virtualization, NVIDIA RTX, M&E, AMPD, Virtual Studio Environments, Virtual Workstation (vWS, Remote Production
PNY Technologies has been a sponsor and attendee at GTC since NVIDIA’s visionary event first brought together innovators, technologists, and creatives in 2009. Since then it has undergone a “Big Bang” including breakthroughs in real-time photorealistic rendering, AI, VR, high performance computing, healthcare, and the transformation of data centers to GPU-centric computing supported by intelligent networking.
Topics: PNY, NVIDIA, VR, AI, Workflows, PNYPRO, Government, Healthcare, GTC, Supercomputing, data center, high performance computing, Networking, GPU Virtualization, NVIDIA RTX GPU, NVIDIA RTX, HTC Vive Pro Secure, GTC 2021, Edge AI
The NVIDIA® A40 GPU is an evolutionary leap in performance and multi-workload capabilities from the data center, combining best-in-class professional graphics with powerful compute and AI acceleration to meet today’s design, creative, and scientific challenges. Driving the next generation of virtual workstations and server-based workloads, NVIDIA A40 brings state-of-the-art features for ray-traced rendering, simulation, virtual production, and more to professionals anytime, anywhere.
Topics: PNY, NVIDIA, Rendering, Simulation, NVLink, Photorealistic Rendering, CAD, CUDA cores, PNYPRO, RT Cores, ray tracing, Tensor Cores, GTC, DLSS Technology, Virtual Production, Virtual Workstation, Ampere, NVIDIA RTX GPU, NVIDIA A40, GTC 21
The NVIDIA® A100 Tensor Core GPU offers unprecedented acceleration at every scale and is accelerating the most important work of our time, powering the world’s highest-performing elastic data centers for AI, data analytics, and HPC. Powered by the NVIDIA Ampere architecture, A100 is the engine of the NVIDIA data center platform. A100 provides up to 20x higher performance over the prior generation and can be partitioned into seven GPU instances to dynamically adjust to shifting demands.
Topics: PNY, NVIDIA, Deep Learning, AI, PNY PRO, GPU rendering, NVIDIA GPU Cloud, genomics, hpc, Big Data Analytics, data center, 5G Networks, HTC VIVE Pro Eye, high performance computing, Ampere, NVIDIA RTX GPU, NVIDIA RTX, A100, NVIDIA A100, Tensor Core GPU, NVIDIA Data Center GPUs, Cloud Gaming